For more than three decades, Eureka has been the magazine of choice for design engineers. By reporting on the latest technology, innovations and engineering applications, it seeks to inspire engineers to make their designs more efficient, cost-effective and commercially successful.
Running the gamut of engineering applications, Eureka includes special features on the aerospace, renewable energy, medical and automotive sectors, as well as covering all the technology areas relevant to the modern design engineer.
Machinery is a feature-led monthly magazine read by production engineers, production managers, production directors and managing directors in OEMS and sub-contractors engaged in metalcutting/metalforming.
Machinery covers manufacturing technology developments and applications in key areas, including: machine tools; tooling; workholding; CADCAM; and inspection/quality. It also gives coverage to the developments and initiatives of manufacturing OEMs and sub-contractors, plus those of manufacturing technology suppliers.
Manufacturing Management (MM) celebrates the best of UK manufacturing and the management teams who make our factories world-class.
With 70 years of heritage as Works Management magazine, we aspire to help our readers realise growth in their sites’ productivity and profit through the content we provide in every issue.
From lean management techniques to maintenance via the impending fourth industrial revolution, MM champions the cause of directors and managers in charge of the UK’s world-leading sites, offering them a wealth of best-practice ideas.
Manufacturing & Engineering Magazine (MEM), is the leading engineering magazine and manufacturing news source, covering a wide assortment of industry news sectors such as: contract manufacturing, 3D printing, structural and civil engineering, automotive, aerospace, chemicals, marine, rail, industrial engineering, pharma, food & drink, oil & gas plus many more. Should you wish to showcase your business and provide commentary on the latest news topics, you can feature in MEM. We have a great reputation throughout the manufacturing and engineering sectors for featuring detailed case studies and company spotlights, as well as reporting on the latest manufacturing and engineering news.
Established more than 40 years ago, New Electronics is the electronics industry's leading magazine and a central hub for design engineers. With its blend of technology features, news and new product information, New Electronics keeps designers and managers up to date with the fastest moving industry in the world.
Materials & Manufacturing Technologies is a quarterly magazine for the UK lightweight high-performance materials manufacturing industries. With a total circulation of 39,200 [9,200 printed copies and an extra 30,000 digital issues], M&MT offers superb coverage of the sector. Call Phil Sloan on 07989 552530 to receive a recent issue or latest media kit.
PES covers all areas pertinent to mechanical and production engineers. Machine tools, tooling, quality, workholding, sheetmetal, CAD/CAM and software are regularly featured, along with the services offered by UK subcontractors. With a circulation of 23,818 recipients, this information provides readers with the knowledge required to make informed engineering choices.
The Subcontractor Sourcing Guide is an annual publication designed to help purchasing professionals find the right subcontractor.
Online, in print and via digital delivery, the Guide reaches thousands of engineering professionals every month.
It provides a wealth of essential subcontractor information such as accreditations, sectors supplied and contact details.
Aerospace Manufacturing is a leading B2B publication focusing on the design, production and supply chain of the civil and defence aerospace sectors.
Published 10 times each year, it provides news and exclusive features, including incisive comment from industry.
Distributed to 17,670 readers throughout Europe, Aerospace Manufacturing’s editorial is a vital source of information for today’s decision makers shaping tomorrow’s aircraft.
Circulated to 19,224 readers, Composites in Manufacturing (CiM) delivers the latest news, products, features and event previews from across the UK composites industry.
Published five times a year in February/March, April/May, June/July, September/October and November/December, each issue of CiM includes exclusive articles on the latest developments across all the manufacturing industries.