AUTOMOTIVE NEWS FORMS ALLIANCE WITH CCPIT-Auto to host the
2012 Automotive News China Conference
The China Council for the Promotion of International Trade Automotive Committee (CCPIT-Auto) is proud to announce an alliance with Automotive News to promote their respective conferences in 2012: the Automotive News China Conference in Beijing on April 24-26 and CCPIT-Auto’s Global Automotive Forum on Sept. 6-7 in Chengdu, China.
More than 300 automotive executives will convene at the Regent Beijing April 24-26 for the Automotive News China Conference. The theme is “The Next Phase: Keys to Success in China”. In addition to a panel session on the rapid expansion of dealership networks in China and the opportunities they provide, the event features high-ranking executives from several automakers and suppliers in China including
- Dan Akerson, chairman and chief executive officer, General Motors
- WangXia, Executive Chairman of Global Automotive Forum Organizing Committee and Chairman of CCPIT-Auto
- Jim Press, president international operations, McLarty Automotive Partners
- Freeman Shen, senior vice president, Volvo Car Corporation and chairman, Volvo Cars China
- David L. Schoch, chairman & chief executive officer, Ford Motor China
- Wang Fengying, president, Great Wall Motor Co. Inc.
- Jay Kunkel, head of Continental China, Continental Automotive Holding Co., Ltd.
- Jack Cheng, general manager, GAC Fiat Automobiles Co. Ltd.
- John Zeng, Asia forecasting director, LMC Automotive Consulting (Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
- Majdi Abulaban, senior vice president, Delphi, president, Delphi Electrical/Electronic Architecture and president, Delphi Asia-Pacific
For complete information about the Automotive News China Conference, and to register, visit the 2012 Auto China website or www.autonews.com/chinaconference.
Automotive News is the leading source of news and information for the automotive industry. A trusted brand for more than 80 years, Automotive News consists of a weekly print publication with a paid circulation of nearly 60,000, a robust website at autonews.com, numerous email newsletter products, webinars, video newscasts, an extensive data center and a myriad conferences and events. Automotive News, and sister publications Automotive News Europe, Automotive News China and Automobilwoche (Germany), are created locally and backed by a global team of 55 editors and reporters, as well as a commitment to journalistic excellence.