The countdown to InnoTrans starts here
Boost your visibility ahead of InnoTrans 2016 with an advertisement in the July edition of IRJ, the first of three special issues that will be distributed at the world's largest railway exhibition and trade show.
Asia: IRJ reports exclusively from Malaysia on the country's ambitious plans to make rail the backbone of its transport network. We speak with Land Transport Commission (Spad) and MyHSR, the new company leading the Kuala Lumpur - Singapore high-speed project, one of the most sought-after developments in the region. The managing director of Jakarta MRT also provides an update on the Indonesian capital's inaugural metro project.
• IRJ is read by 1994 railway professionals working in Asia, including 113 in Malaysia, every month.* Don't miss this opportunity to reach your customers.
Signalling and Telecoms: Norway is the latest European country to commit to a nationwide rollout of ERTMS. IRJ speaks exclusively to Jernbaneverket's director of signalling and telecommunications about this multi-billion dollar programme. We also look at how railways are tackling the problem of cybersecurity relating to signalling infrastructure.
• IRJ is read by 928 railway industry decision makers working in the critical field of signalling and telecommunications every month.*
Train components and interiors: German Rail (DB) is pioneering the use of 3D printing as a process to replace onboard components, which is helping to reduce costs. IRJ features an exclusive report. We also look at the latest trends in interior design from the perspective of a leading design institute.
• IRJ is actively requested by 85.8% of its readership of 10,816 global railway professionals, reflecting its importance to the industry - no other rail industry publication comes close.*
Closing date for the July issue: June 15Ad copy date: June 17
IRJ – the magazine rail professionals choose to read
IRJ is the first choice for news and features on the latest developments in the international railway industry for 10,816 railway professionals in 128 countries every month.*
* Average data retrieved from ABC audit of International Railway Journal's circulation from July 1 2014 to December 31 2014.
According to IRJ's 2014 Reader Survey, 74% of readers reported taking some action after seeing an advertisement or reading an article in IRJ. Indeed 20% recommended purchasing a particular product, 47% reported visiting a manufacturers website, 21% requested additional information from the manufacturer, and 36% discussed the advertisement or article with someone else in their company.
Advertising in IRJ is a fantastic way of publicising your brand or latest product. Don't miss this opportunity to put your company at the forefront of your customers' thinking when they consider their next purchase.
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High speed rail is continuing to reach new areas across the world. We have the latest on India’s plans for high-speed and the start of operations on Austria’s Vienna - St Pölten line. We also report on SNCF’s new no-frills TGV service.
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Heavy haul railways are pushing the boundaries of technology and spurring new innovations. Ahead of February’s International Heavy Haul Association conference in Delhi, we examine the latest developments in Canada, and the rush to extract Africa’s mineral wealth.
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New train maintenance practices are helping operators to do more with less. We look at two of the latest systems.
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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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We will also feature some of the latest innovations in track technology.
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