ACCUCOMS announces new representation deals

ACCUCOMS has signed new representation agreements with Academic Rights Press (ARP), The Electrochemical Society (ECS) and GeoScienceWorld (GSW). ACCUCOMS now represents ARP in Turkey, and ECS in Germany, Turkey, Latin America and India. The existing representation agreement with GSW for Europe has been extended to now include representation in India.

'These representation agreements underline to continuing need for specialised publisher sales services,' said Pinar Erzin, managing director at ACCUCOMS. 'We help publishers to sell their content in broader markets. Whether a market is a country or a continent, we successfully bring libraries, users and publishers together. We are proud to be expanding our collaboration with GeoScienceWorld and welcome our new customers Academic Rights Press and The Electrochemical Society to our programme.'

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