Join the conversation with an advertisement in The Railway in 2016. There is still time for your company to take part in IRJ'sspecial January issue, The Railway in 2016.
This January IRJ editors will gauge the views of key industry figures and provide insight into the projects and current trends in finance and research driving the sector forward in 2016. Packed with exclusive content from all four corners of the railway world, The Railway in 2016 will be a reference for our professional readership of more than 10,500 global railway industry decision makers as the year unfolds.
Join the following leading industry figures who are participating in this landmark edition:Violeta Bulc, EU Transport CommissionerEd Hamberger, president of the Association of American RailroadsJosef Doppelbauer, executive director, European Rail AgencyPhilippe Citroën, director general, European Railway Industry Association (Unife)Alain Flausch, director general, the International Passenger Transport Association (UITP)Michael Melaniphy, president, American Passenger Transport Association (Apta)Libor Lochman, director general, Community of European Railways (CER)Lincoln Leong, CEO, MTRDr Choi Yeon-Hye, CEO KorailSiyabonga Gama, CEO TransnetVicente Abate, president Abifer, BrazilDanny Broad, CEO Australasian Railway AssociationLutz Bertling, CEO, Bombardier TransportationThe World BankThe Asian Development BankThe European Investment Bank
No other rail industry publication can bring together such an array of key figureheads in a single issue and it's an opportunity not to be missed. And with extra distribution at key events throughout the first few months of 2016 and at InnoTrans, marketers can maximise their company's exposure with an advertisement in the January issue.
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Closing date for the January issue: December 9Ad copy date: December 11
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With Asian projects, signalling, and track technology all under the spotlight, there is something for everyone in this February's International Railway Journal. Catch your next customer's eye with an advertisement in IRJ, the leading global business-to-business magazine for rail decision makers.
Asia: With Japan set to open the Hokkaido Shinkansen in March, IRJ gets an exclusive insight into this ambitious project. We also speak to Malaysian operator Prasarana about transit developments in Kuala Lumpur and its overseas ambitions, and take a trip to Mongolia to report on new metro and freight developments.
• IRJ is read by 1994 railway professionals and decision working across Asia every month. They are your customers, do not miss this chance to reach them.*
ERTMS: Ahead of the UIC's ERTMS World Congress in Brussels, we report on progress on developing effective cross-border ERTMS applications in Europe. We also look at how Swedish infrastructure manager Trafikverket is managing GSM-R interference.
• 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.*
Track: We look at Dutch infrastructure manager Prorail's trials of a water spray installation system which it using to clear leaves off the line. We also look at Recytrack research project which is investigating using end-of-life tyres for under-ballast applications.
• IRJ is read by 928 professionals working in the signalling and telecommunications sector, providing unprecedented exposure for advertisers to their key clients.*
Closing date for the February issue: January 13Ad copy date: January 15
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.* And with an average pass along rate of four additional readers per issue distributed, this is your chance to put your company's products and services in front of around 40,000 of the global industry's key decision makers.
* 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.
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