The UK has a new monthly specialist magazine devoted entirely to construction and quarry plant and equipment.
Following the success of Machinery Movers Ireland, which was launched only a year ago with a circulation of 8,000 across the whole of Ireland, the first edition of Machinery Movers UK will be published in November/December 2007, following which it will then appear monthly.
Its publisher, Brian Coogan, said: “Machinery Movers Ireland has grown rapidly to become the No1 dedicated construction and quarry equipment title in Ireland and we anticipate similar success for our new UK edition.”
“Like its Irish counterpart, Machinery Movers UK will be packed full of interesting and informative news and features, with regular sections on plant news, rental & plant hire, health & safety, new & used machinery and operator reviews, combined with extensive manufacturer and distributor profiles.
“The practical, hard working, down-to-earth, no nonsense approach with our Irish publication has been enthusiastically received by readers and advertisers alike and its our intention to replicate this in the UK market.”
“This success to date has also been achieved in no small part by constantly listening to the views and opinions of our readers and advertisers. We're always interested to hear from them with any news, comments or suggestions they may have”, he added.
Distribution of the new magazine across the UK mainland will be through a combination of subscription and specialist news trade sales, together with mailings to selected named individuals, covering the construction, quarrying, civil engineering, recycling, demolition, plant hire and rental sectors, as well as distributors, local authorities and utilities.
The first issue of Machinery Movers UK will contain in-depth features on Mini Excavators and Mobile, Static & Mini Crushers; looking at what's new and available from the leading manufacturers and distributors.
Company or product news for the UK edition should be submitted to Acting Editor, James Lane, who can be contacted on 01473 464966 (Mobile: 07990 592819) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For information about advertising in the launch issue, to obtain advertising rates with a calendar of forthcoming 2008 editorial features and for subscription details contact Brian Coogan on 00 353 469 060626 (Mobile: 00 353 861 776533) or email: email@example.com