Get your 2015 marketing campaign off to a flying start with the January and February issues of IRJ, which as always will be packed with exclusive features and content not available anywhere else.
France: IRJ travels to Paris to find out what's next for rail in France following reforms to French National Railways (SNCF), which will come into force from January 1. We consider the current status and future of French regional and high-speed passenger services.
• Put your company in front of 457 railway decision makers in France, the world's fifth largest rail market,** with an ad in IRJ this January*
Extreme environments: Railway suppliers and operators are increasingly expected to provide the same high-levels of performance in some of the most inhospitable locations on earth. We look at innovative solutions developed for track in Saudi Arabia and locomotives working in the deserts of the United Arab Emirates.
Smarter railways: train control: In a new section highlighting the latest technologies that are delivering smarter railway infrastructure, we look at the latest developments in CBTC, including upgrades to the Silom Line in Bangkok.
• 95% of IRJ's readership actively requests to receive the magazine every month.*Closing date for the January issue: December 11 2014Ad copy date: December 13
Asia: IRJ speaks exclusively to JR East in Japan about its latest undertakings, and visits the Hokuriku Shinkansen which is set to open in March. We also report from Malaysia about the rapidly expanding metro network in Kuala Lumpur, speaking to the key players involved in this ambitious project.
• IRJ is already read by 1643 railway professionals in Asia* and they want to know who you are. Don't miss the chance to reach them at the start of 2015
Infrastructure: project management: Melbourne's Regional Rail Link is on course for completion in 2016, and we look in-depth at how this project got off on the ground and has met various deadlines along the way. We also look at an aerial mapping tool developed by Atkins for London Underground.
Smarter railways: eco-friendly technology: Our Smarter Railways theme continues with a look at the latest sustainable solutions which are helping railways reduce their carbon emissions and energy consumption. We report on DB Schenker's use of stop-start technology on its locomotives in Britain.
• IRJ: keeping the railway world up-to-date with the latest trends and technologies
Extra distribution:• Asia Pacific Rail Conference & Exhibition, February 2-5, Hong Kong, China
Closing date for the February issue: January 15Ad copy date: January 17
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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.
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?
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The abundance of rail projects taking place across the Middle East and North Africa has established the region as a one of the world’s most dynamic markets. We report on the latest developments in Jordan and Iran, and the opening of a new light railway in Casablanca.
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We take a look at rapid transit projects in Stockholm and Milan, and the most efficient forms of electric traction.
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