ASIA-PACIFIC FOOD INDUSTRY
Established 35 years ago, Asia Pacific Food Industry magazine is the preferred publication for food and beverage professionals in the Asia Pacific region as it delivers latest business news and industry updates through multi-channel mediums. In 2018 and beyond, APFI will focus on F&B factory automation and digitisation, as well as provide insight on current trends.
To find out more, visit http://apfoodonline.com/
ASIA-PACIFIC METALWORKING EQUIPMENT NEWS
Asia Pacific Metalworking Equipment News (APMEN) provides ground-breaking news in and around the metalworking world.
Since 1986, the BPA-audited trade magazine brings technology trends in the machine tool, sheet metal fabrication, metrology, and manufacturing software sectors to an audience of over 40,000 in the metalworking industry.
APMEN takes an active role in industrial events throughout Asia to help readers gain an understanding on how their businesses can be better aligned with the metalworking world.
To find out more, visit http://www.equipment-news.com/
INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ASIA
Industrial Automation Asia (IAA) has been serving the region for over 16 years. With 34,000 registered professional we represent a unique opportunity for organisations to tap into the Asian market. Our readership consists of key decision makers that include senior company executives, plant managers, engineering experts, academia, and purchasers.
We take a strong lead in partnering with, and participating in, many of Asia’s biggest and most established exhibitions and conferences with an increasing focus on many of Asia’s emerging markets. In addition to our print edition, our ebook expands our reach to a global audience.
To find out more, visit http://www.iaasiaonline.com/
ROBOTICS & AUTOMATION NEWS
Robotics and Automation News was launched three years ago. It’s one of the leading websites in its category and last month had around a quarter of a million unique visitors. Ironically, half the visitors may have been bots, but that’s true of most popular. The majority of our editorial coverage is of the industrial sector. So, its industrial robotic arms, robotic warehouse vehicles and systems, and, increasingly, the computers and networks that are connected to them. Autonomous driving technology for cars, trucks and other vehicles, including sea-going vessels, are also part of our coverage.
To find out more, visit http://roboticsandautomationnews.com/