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ACPN Announces Recipients Of 2018 Content Excellence Awards

The awards recognize the best examples of print and electronic cataloging in the vehicle aftermarket. Catalogs are judged on a variety of criteria ranging from compliance with best practices to readability and technical accuracy, innovation, interactivity and quality of content.

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The Automotive Content Professionals Network (ACPN), a community of the Auto Care Association, announced the recipients of its ACPN Content Excellence Awards this week at its 2018 Knowledge Exchange Conference in Ft. Worth, Texas.

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The awards recognize the best examples of print and electronic cataloging in the vehicle aftermarket. Catalogs are judged on a variety of criteria ranging from compliance with best practices to readability and technical accuracy, innovation, interactivity and quality of content. A new category was awarded this year; ACES and PIES data files were judged on their source data and adherence to XSD validations.

The winners are:

Paper Catalog

Gold – Gates Corp.

Silver – Motorcar Parts of America

Bronze – CARDONE Industries

Web Catalog

Gold – K&N Engineering

Silver – MANN+HUMMEL

Bronze – Tenneco

Mobile Catalog

Gold – Tenneco

Silver – MPA Motorcar Parts

Bronze – Spectra Premium Industries

ACES & PIES Data

Small Company – VDO

Medium Company – MOOG

Large Company – Bilstein

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