The last edition of the Autoregion International magazine is now available online.

The magazine is focusing on the Greater Region automotive sector with the following main goals:

  • showcase automotive industry highlights in the Greater Region
  • provide insights into the performance of the regional automotive and mobility industry
  • present exclusive articles about selected companies related to their innovations, strategies, …
  • updates on regional academia activity linked to technology topics such as automated & connected driving, AI, new energy powertrains, industry 4.0, …
  • serve the promotion of the automotive sector at trade fairs, exhibitions, economic missions, …
  • Commercial content based on advertisements:
    • New products and services
    • Manufacturing & Logistic competences
    • Jobs and career
    • Management consultancy & strategy
    • Company presentations

Autoregion has commissioned the VEK publishing house Elisabeth Klock to produce this high-quality magazine that is available in print & digital versions.


Next edition will be published in January 2021.
If you wish to contribute to the content of the magazine, please contact

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