Several questions were repeatedly asked directly to the editor of the Asian Trucker magazine, Stefan Pertz and we would light to shed some light. The name of the magazine itself mostly shows the geographic area that they are active in. The magazine has now four editions which are published in Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Thailand. This magazine is focused on all matters relating to the trucking industry.
After four years in the market, the response of the magazine is very encouraging as Asian Trucker started with its first issue publishing 48 pages. The latest issue sports some 120, and more companies support the magazine by advertising in Asian Trucker. The magazine will be published bi-monthly in Malaysia next year as the team has received a very good feedback from the market itself.
Although publishing a magazine is our main priority, Asian Trucker offers few other services in order to provide more communications channels to their customers. Asian Trucker has own website, where everyone can upload their story about commercial vehicles, products, or the latest events free of charge.
E-Newsletters by Asian Trucker comprise of interesting info and the news to keep you up to date. As the new media is an effective medium to communicate, Asian Trucker has an own twitter account and the followers are increasing. Here you can find exciting things from tweets such as facts, tips, and of course the latest info.
Asian Trucker also organizes event and a number of well-known companies have been using their service more than once as they are very satisfied with the way the Asian Trucker team organizes an event.
The biggest achievement for Asian Trucker is the Malaysia International Bus, Truck and Component Expo 2013 (MIBTC) which was held for three days at the MINES International Exhibition and Convention Centre (MIECC), Selangor. This is Malaysia’s largest international scale commercial vehicle exhibition. Over 70 well known company participated in the exhibition
Other than MIBTC, Asian trucker organizes the Asian Trucker Networking Night. This event is originally by Asian Trucker, aiming to create a meeting point for everyone to be connected.
“We certainly will not stop to expand this platform, provide more knowledgeable info, and develop the concept of MIBTC as our main event in other countries as I can see the bright future of the magazine and a lot more to come.” said by Stefan Pertz, Editor of Asian Trucker Malaysia and Hong Kong.