Railways around the world are investing in new technologies, products and services. But do they know what your company has to offer? Don't miss your chance to demonstrate your expertise and capabilities to the railway world through an advertisement in the May issue of IRJ.
Britain: Network Rail is currently investing substantially in a national electrification programme. We report on its progress. We also take a closer look at the Thameslink project which is on course to conclude in December 2018.
• With 1030 monthly readers*, IRJ reaches all the big decision makers in Britain, the world's eighth largest railway market.**
Heavy-haul freight: IRJ reports from South Africa on Transnet Freight Rail's work to increase capacity for coal, iron ore and general freight on its key Richards Bay corridor. We also feature the latest research from Amsted on combating vertical rim wheel failures in North America, and consider the land rights issues facing developers of heavy-haul infrastructure in East Africa.
• 95% of IRJ's readership actively requests the magazine every month*.
Track technology & maintenance: We take an in-depth look at a new turnout design developed in the Netherlands which has the potential to improve winter operations. We also feature a new technique to measure wheel-rail forces, which accounts for safety and vehicle behaviour.
• Over 1000 of IRJ's readers work in track-related civil engineering.*Extra distribution:• Middle East Rail Opportunities Summit & Conference, May 5-6, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia• Infrarail Exhibition, May 20-22, London, Britain
Closing date for the May issue: April 16Ad copy date:April 18
IRJ – the magazine rail professionals choose to read
Don't restrict your advertising to a single market in 2014, take your products and services to the railway world with IRJ
IRJ is the first choice for news and features on the latest developments in the international railway industry for 10,516 railway professionals and decision makers in 129 countries every month. Put your company's products and services in front of the people who really matter.
* Data retrieved from Verified Audit Circulation's audit of International Railway Journal's May 2013 issue and average of the first six issues of 2013.
**Data from SCI Verkehr World Railway Market study 2012
These important industry players value IRJ's content and insight; 95% of IRJ's readership actively requests the magazine every month. This compares with just 19% for our nearest competitor.
By advertising with IRJ you can put your company's products and services in front of the people who really matter and open up new opportunities for your business.
According to our 2012 reader survey:
• 57% of IRJ's readers have visited a manufacturer's website after seeing an advertisement or reading an article in IRJ
• 60% pass their copy of IRJ on to two or more colleagues
• 54% have discussed an article with at least one colleague
• 78% rank the magazine as very useful or extremely usefulOur numbers speak for themselves and cannot be matched. Why take the risk of going elsewhere?
IRJ. The industry's leading news source, in print and online
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