Manufacturing Automation incorporates Advanced Manufacturing content
January 19, 2009
By Alyssa Dalton
AURORA, Ont. – Manufacturing Automation magazine now incorporates Advanced Manufacturing into its content, resulting in enhanced circulation and editorial coverage “from the shop floor to the top floor.”
With this development, Manufacturing Automation will not only reach more than 18,000 key decision makers in Canada’s manufacturing plants, but it will also increase key circulation to areas such as plant executives, engineers, operations personnel, IT and the production team.
In addition to providing readers with information on the latest technologies in industrial automation, Manufacturing Automation will add editorial resources from Advanced Manufacturing focusing on such topics as: Software product focus; continued publication of the Canada Manufacturing Study (an important look at the activities and future plans of Canadian manufacturing plants); the Software Guide (case history articles focusing on the benefits of investing in software products – ERP, PLM and CAD/CAM); and the annual manufacturing roundtable (featuring top executives from leading manufacturers discussing the important issues of the day).
Manufacturing Automation will also provide all of this information via the expanded website, www.automationmag.com, as well as increased coverage in the monthly electronic newsletter, which now reaches more than 22,000 subscribers, and through our digital edition of the magazine.
We know that today’s manufacturers face unprecedented challenges and with this exciting addition, Manufacturing Automation now provides our expanded audience with vital information in a variety of formats to help them meet those challenges.
For additional information regarding advertising, please contact Klaus Pirker at (905) 726-4670 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For editorial inquiries, contact Mary Del Ciancio at (905) 713-4378 or email@example.com.
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