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About Us

Albinsson & Sjöberg is the biggest motoring publishing company in the Nordic countries. It is a part of the family owned media group FabasGruppen AB with business in Sweden, Norway and Poland. The group, with head office in Karlskrona, has approximately one hundred employees and a turnover of about 200 MSEK.

Albinsson & Sjöberg publishes monthly magazines, special magazines and books. It is also involved in exhibitions and magazine distribution, and publishes websites mainly about motor and technology.

In addition to this the company owns and runs about 15 yearly motoring events and exhibitions.

The company also runs Albinsson & Sjöberg’s Bilmuseum and Karlskrona Porslinsmuseum.



Exhibitions & Events


Bilsportgalan is an important meeting point for competitors and teams as well as for co-operating partners and arrangers within Swedish motor sport. The gala is arranged by...


​Filmbilar och internationella stjärnor på Elmia i påsk

Påskhelgen är en högtid för bilentusiasterna, och på långfredagen öppnas portarna till Bilsport Performance & Custom Motor Show på Elmia i Jönköping. tema för årets upplaga av motorshowen är filmbilar. Däribland finns tio bilar från de välkända Fast and The Furious-filmerna i en och samma monter berättar Daniel "Padde" Lindstedt ansvarig projektledare för Bilsport Performance & Custom Motor Show.


Albinsson & Sjöberg’s parent company FabasGruppen AB also owns the motor track Mantorp Park AB, strategically situated at the major road E4 between Mjölby and Linköping. Here we arrange some of our bigger, own events, for example Trailer Trucking Festival.

Albinsson & Sjöberg is joint owner in Emmaboda Flygbana AB. Here car- and motorbike tests take place, as well as exhibitions and car meetings. Emmaboda Flygbana is extremely popular among car enthusiasts thanks to ”En dag på Strippen” (”A day at the Strip”) that has been arranged every year since 1998.

With two own arenas Albinsson & Sjöberg possesses unique possibilities to develop the growing event activity further.