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The SA Mechanical Engineer

The circulation of “The SA Mechanical Engineer” is one of its strongest points as the magazine is posted to readers whose names are provided by each of the institutes mentioned above. Each institute requires proof of qualification before membership is processed so the readership is authentic and is updated on a monthly basis.

READERSHIP PROFILE:

Manager level to executive level; focused on middle management; predominantly qualified engineers.

 

 

 

 

Architect & Specificator

With so many building, construction, architectural, interior and exterior design magazines on the market – how do you choose the advertising medium that is right for you?

The three important factors to be considered is, the readership (are these your current and potential customers?),the standing and status of the magazine (we guarantee some of the liveliest editorial in this industry); and value for money and at 5264 copies per issue, “Architect & Specificator” has one of the largest circulations in its field, and these are well-targeted, qualified readers.

 

 

 

 

Supply Chain Today

Supply Chain Today is the leading magazine in this industry. While not limited to the industry sectors in our Features Lists, Supply Chain Today’s predominant target audience is Trucking (heavy vehicles and light commercial vehicles), Logistics, Bar-coding & Labelling, Scanning, EDI & RFID, Forklifts, Cold Storage, Food & Beverage, Racking & Shelving, Warehousing, Express Freight, Outsourcing, Manufacturing and Greening the Supply Chain.

 

 

 

 

 

Bulk Handling Today

Bulk Handling Today covers the movement of all bulk goods from Point A to Point B, both locally and overseas. We concentrate on the equipment used to undertake this task such as shipping, railways, cranes, trucks, conveyors etc. Another important aspect is logistics, freight forwarding, customs etc. It is the only magazine which covers this topic exclusively. Our readers are in the following industry: mining, food & beverage, construction, pulp, paper& forestries, harbours, ports & railways, agriculture & fisheries.