Media distributed at Nor-Shipping

Nor-Shipping has its own Media Distribution Point. In the glass corridor in front of all the exhibition halls, its location gets much traffic and thus visibility. It offers magazines and newspapers that are either produced by exhibitors or other companies/publishers that have made an agreement to have their publication distributed.


Bunkerspot is published by Petrospot Limited, a dynamic publishing and events company focused on providing information resources for the transportation, energy and maritime industries. The bi-monthly magazine, launched in February 2004, focuses on the technical, operational, commercial, environmental and legal aspects of bunkering, and also reviews the latest innovations and trends in vessel and fuel efficiency technologies.

It is written by experienced bunker journalists and a team of highly-respected industry experts. The Bunkerspot website includes a subscription-based real-time news and pricing service, a comprehensive features and news archive, industry announcements, and a comprehensive events calendar.



Via a print magazine, website and app, International Cruise & Ferry Review aims to be the best supplier of news and insight into the global passenger shipping industry. Content covers both the cruise and ferry sectors, providing insight into building and refurbishment, marine operations, onboard experience, ports and destinations and more.


CruiseTimes’ main focus is to provide essential reading and reports to key decision-makers in the global cruise trade, through our analysis of developments in the cruise industry worldwide. CruiseTimes’ was launched in 2016 and will be published three times per year from 2017 onwards: March/Spring, July/Summer, and December/Winter. In addition to the printed publication each issue is available in digital format on our website.


For 17 years Digital Ship magazine has provided the digital community of the world’s maritime industry with the latest news and developments, including satellite communications, software, navigation and electronics, to help keep shipping operating with maximum safety, efficiency and crew comfort.


Dry Bulk magazine focuses on the handling, transportation and trade of dry bulk commodities around the world. It includes a range of high-quality technical articles, commodity analysis and regional reports, as well as industry news and comment.


If you are involved in ship repair and maintenance afloat or in drydock you cannot afford to be without Drydock Magazine. Drydock Magazine was launched some thirty four years ago and is still the best ship repair magazine on the market today. Drydock remains the world’s leading magazine for ship repair, maintenance and conversion for one reason: it focuses on editorial quality which means quality readers want to read it!


Our primary distribution channel is our website, where our global team of shipping sector specialists, armed with industry-leading IHS Markit trade and shipping data, report 24/7 on industry developments. A tailored view of the most relevant content on is distributed daily to more than 32,000 people via the Fairplay Daily Newswire. Our twice-monthly magazine allows for the development of stories as they evolve so that the Fairplay readership can enjoy editorially-led, timely and trends-based reporting, as well as receiving a curated view of the best of content.


gCaptain is the worlds most read maritime and offshore news site, averaging 3 million page views and 600k unique visitors each month. And a newsletter growing daily with over 45k opt in subscribers.


GREEN4SEA is aiming to promote Smarter & Greener Shipping, including Portal, GREEN4SEA & CSR4SEA quarterly magazines and GREEN4SEA & SMART4SEA Conference & Awards held annually in Athens along with a daily newsletter service.


For 153 years Hansa has been one of the leading magazines for the maritime industry and thus it is the oldest journal of its kind in Europe. Founded in 1864 as «Zeitschrift für deutsches Seewesen» Hansa was continuously enhanced to a modern, contemporary magazine.

Today, Hansa is a trusted source of information for decision makers in the maritime industry and provides in-depth and unrivalled analyses and insights covering latest developments and trends in shipping, shipbuilding, port operation, waterways and in the offshore sector. With the highest total circulation of all maritime journals published in Germany, Hansa has competed successfully over the decades on the German market and claims a growing readership abroad – a unique success story.


Covering areas from shipbuilding, offshore activities, equipment and commercial marine to the latest maritime technologies and in-depth company profiles, Inside Marine is targeted at and read by directors and the high-end management brackets. Circulated in both hard and virtual formats, Inside Marine is fast becoming a leading voice throughout the maritime and offshore industry, and by working closely with many companies, leading industry experts and partnering many major exhibitions, the magazine is helping everyone involved connect the seven seas and five oceans with one voice.


Marine Maintenance Technology International is a fully illustrated international technology review showcasing the latest developments in marine maintenance hardware, software and technologies to keep vessels and offshore facilities operational and seaworthy.Launched in March 2012, the publication is circulated worldwide to a readership of 10,000 key decision makers and maintenance equipment specifiers at marine maintenance service providers and dry docks, as well as to fleet managers within large shipping companies and navies. The marine industry needs its own definitive review of the latest maintenance technologies and developments; a publication solely dedicated to the most important aspect of any shipping/offshore platform – keeping it operational – has been a long time coming!


Marine Catering Technology International
is the world’s only publication that is solely dedicated to marine galley equipment, services and waste-food management. This beautifully illustrated publication is circulated to a global readership of almost 10,000 galley equipment specifiers and designers as well as head chefs etc, within all of the world’s cruise-ship operators, ferry operators, off-shore rigs and of course naval forces. Marine Catering Technology International features case studies and white papers on the latest technologies as well as high-profile interviews with leading figures from the marine catering industry.


The Motorship is a leading international, printed and online information source for senior marine engineers. The editorial content examines the technical aspects of ship operations and shipbuilding, including machinery and propulsion systems. Since 1920, it has been a respected and trusted channel of business information for both our clients and readers, providing authoritive editorial prepared by writers who are experts in their field.

The Motorship is available in three ways, as the established monthly magazines in print, by weekly eNewsletter and online at These different formats enable readers to receive news in a way that suits them best, and enables advertising clients to tailor their marketing message.


The Marine Professional, the official IMarEST member publication, is received by over 15,631 readers both in print and online, which makes it the highest circulated magazine in the marine industry. With a strong news analysis focus, each issue looks at the trends emerging within the marine sector with a view to enhance the reader’s understanding of the complex technical intersections between the maritime, offshore, hydrographic and science agendas.


The Maritime Executive magazine, website, newsletter and social media platforms form the largest audience in the maritime industry.   The Maritime Executive magazine’s articles and editorials set the standard in the industry and are required reading for business executives and government leaders around the world. Our upscale readers depend on us for critical insights into the key issues impacting the global maritime industry.


The monthly periodical, Maritimt Magasin, brings maritime industry together with news in brief and in depth about everything that happens within the industry. Maritimt Magasin presents breaking news in Norwegian about contracts, order books, ship reviews, politics, research, education, shipping, naval defence and much more.


Mer et Marine was set up in 2005 by journalists and published with support from the press group Le Télégramme. Mer et Marine is now the leading French-language site on the Internet for maritime current affairs, with a fast-growing international audience.

Catering for the full spectrum of digital media, the site attracts more than 500,000 hits a month, and has 35,000 subscribers to its newsletter. It provides a daily stream of in-depth information on the maritime sector (news, commentary, interviews, analysis…).

Mer et Marine, a bi-media title, also publishes special editions devoted mainly to military and geostrategic matters. The site is very popular and has received many awards for the quality and high standard of its work. It has become a benchmark of referral not only for professionals but also for the non-specialised media. And while its reports are regularly picked up by the regional, national and foreign media, the editorial staff of Mer et Marine are, on the occurrence of every important maritime event, present on French and international radio and TV channels. An English version  launched September 2017.


“Namiary na Morze i Handel” is a leading specialist biweekly journal in Polish covering professional information on the Polish maritime economy: maritime transport, services, trade and industries. Special supplements in Polish and English are published several times a year as well as the yearly “Polish Maritime Industry Handbook” in Polish and English. Biweekly newsletter “Namiary Newsletter” reaches around 3000 readers by subscription. We are proud of nearly 60 years of tradition on the Polish market covering the latest news and issues of the Polish maritime businesses including the economic, financial, organizational and technical aspects of shipping, ports, forwarding, ship repair and newbuilding industries, ship equipment production as well as sea tourism.


Neta Deniz Magazine, 3000 copies of our magazine are published and distributed to elite organisations such as ship owners, byproduct producers, financial corporations, shipyards, seamanship undersecretary, foreign consulates trade departments, universities, civil supervisors, members of parliament and ministers in Turkey and abroad.

Neta Deniz Magazine is distributed free of charge and is published every 2 months, 6 editions are published in Turkish and English making editions a year. For our elite guests, our magazine, which is the voice of the sector, the magazine takes a low number of advertisements. Our magazine is a non-profit one, our aim is to be received by the people involved in the sector.


Now in its 10th year, Offshore Industry (OSI) magazine has built up a strong reputation with its readers, including operators, marine contractors, offshore construction companies and their subcontractors in offshore oil, gas and renewables. In many European countries, including Norway and the UK, as well as Asia- Pacific, Brazil and other markets, management, engineers and buyers choose OSI for its informative editorial, rich photography and high quality production. The magazine offers wider coverage via its digital edition, which is accessed via the dedicated website


Global yards, engineers and fleet managers read ShipBuilding Industry (SBI) magazine’s coverage of high-spec vessels built around the world. Like shipbuilding suppliers & co-makers, SBI crosses borders to provide news on technology solutions for new builds, conversions and repairs in both commercial & non-commercial vessels. With a clean design and high-quality production, SBI stands out with its use of strong photography. The trade journal’s international editors talk to the key players and visit vessels and yards. The magazine offers wider coverage via its digital edition, which is accessed via the dedicated website


PCE International is a quarterly publication that continues to unite the International protective and marine coatings markets. It contains reliable editorial with non-biased news on new technology and good practice in the use of high performance anti-corrosion coatings and linings for steel and concrete structures. This includes bridges, ships, oil and gas facilities, offshore platforms, power generation facilities, pipelines, transport, and every type of industrial plant.


Poland@SEA is both – an online news service and a traditional hard copy magazine dedicated to the maritime industry in Poland. The magazine issued since 2005 and distributed yearly at maritime trade fairs and maritime exhibitions presents wide range of products and services made in Poland and offered for the marine market worldwide.

Poland@SEA is focused on a broad spectrum of companies and its activities especially in the field of ship design, ship building, ships, offshore units and other floating objects repair and conversion as well as of marine equipment manufacturing and delivery.


Grupo Portal Marítimo is a brazilian group focused in the maritime, oil & gas market, actuating in the information market and also as a specialized consultancy company providing support for businness in Brazil and training for individuals or companies. It is a world reference due the high level of expertise on maritime subjetcs and deep knowledge of Brazilian Marine,Oil e Gas market.


IAA PortNews is the leading and most popular Russian media resource providing sea and river transport news, as well as a tool of interaction between businesses, government and the media. Every day, around 8,000 readers visit the Russian and English pages of the media agency’s web portal. According to Google Analytics, the website is popular among the industry professionals worldwide, with the exception of a Norwegian archipelago Svalbard and several countries in central Africa, where we do not have our readers as yet.


Robban Assafina is the Leading Arabian/English MENA Maritime Magazine and Website specialized in Shipping, Ships, Offshore & Marine Technology. Through 8,000 copies on bimonthly basis, and a wide range of website visitors/month, plus our smart phones application, your maritime news, products and services will reach the top decision makers of regional maritime industry.


Robban Assafina closely follows up Maritime Shipping and Offshore News, Deals, with a keen eye on the latest Developments of Ships, Machineries, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards, Ports, Container Terminals, and everything related to the world of Marine Communication and New IMO/ILO/Shipping Regulations. Robban Assafina is berthing in Major Maritime related Events around the world; Ports; Onboard Ships, and Shipping Companies where she is heading directly to the accurate information from its reliable sources and experts, who spent their long lives in this wide world.


SAFETY4SEA  is aiming to promote Safer & Smarter Shipping, including Portal, SAFETY4SEA & RISK4SEA quarterly magazines and SAFETY4SEA &

SMART4SEA Conference & Awards held annually in Athens along with a daily newsletter service.


The Leading Maritime Green Portal,
(30,000+ visitors on a monthly basis)

GREEN4SEA LOG, a Quarterly Magazine circulated in excess of 50,000 copies in Greece and Abroad every year

GREEN4SEA Conference, the world’s largest Green Conference, attracting 1000+ delegates / 450+ organisations in Athens, every April.


Scandinavian Oil-Gas Magazine is your premier source for in-depth information on developments within the oil and gas industry in the North Sea and the European petroleum province. The magazine covers all areas of the offshore oil and gas industry. 2017 marks the 45th year that Scandinavian Oil-Gas Magazine has been published – making us Europe’s first energy magazine. Join us as we look to the future keeping our readers up-to-date in the coming decades!


Ship&Offshore (English language) and Schiff&Hafen (German language), published by the
DVV Media Group, provide specialist information on shipping, shipbuilding, ship
and offshore technology as well as port and maritime infrastructure. Our aim is
to offer our readers and partners the best journalistic media quality and the
best recognised media for advertisers.


Over the course of the last few decades, shipowners and operators have been faced with a tsunami of new regulations and at the same time have needed to make their vessels more efficient. This is a situation that is becoming more intense and shows no sign of abating. Keeping abreast of these changes and ensuring compliance places a considerable burden on hard-pressed staff, a burden that ShipInsight is aimed at reducing.


Ship Management International is published bi-monthly and read by the worlds ship owners, operators and ship managers at Chief Executive and Managing Director level. It is the only ship owner business magazine in the industry dedicated to covering the entire editorial needs of the owner and the managers at senior executive level. The ISSA Ship Supplier Magazine is an important cog in the promotion of this crucial sector, the number one magazine for Ship purchasing managers and Ship Supply providers and is essential reading for ship supply professionals.


Ship2Shore is one of the most successful on-line magazines in the Mediterranean region and the leading news provider in Italy exploring the financial, economical, political and legal aspects of the transports industry.

News are published daily on the website, whereas a weekly pdf magazine, published on Monday and announced by a newsletter, offers a complete overview of the most important topics as well as in-depth analysis, interviews and further stories.


The SHIPPAX magazine is covering the ferry, cruise, ro-ro and hi-speed industry established 1965 with unique statistical information found nowhere else, news, themes, fleet changes, order books, current projects and much more.


The Maritime Standard is a Dubai-based media company, which publishes a fortnightly online newsletter that covers developments in the shipping, ports and other maritime industries in the Middle East and the Indian Subcontinent. It has become one of the most-read publications in its field, being received by over 40,000 individuals through their email in-boxes.

In addition, The Maritime Standard organises an annual Awards gala dinner, which takes place in the luxurious setting of the Atlantis, the Palm, Dubai; rewarding excellence in the regional maritime sector. This attracts all the leading chief executives and managing directors from the major participants in the industry. Alongside the Awards, The Maritime Standard runs two conferences, one on Ship Finance and Trade, and another on Tanker Shipping, and publishes an annual UAE Maritime Yearbook. Further publications are planned, including an Indian Shipping Yearbook for 2017.


Tanker Operator magazine is dedicated to the tanker shipping industry and is read by the leading tanker operators, owners, managers, charterers, brokers and equipment manufacturers with an interest in the tanker sector.

Tanker Operator covers topics such as legislation, ship design, ship equipment and class from the perspective of the tanker industry and provides singularly focused coverage of shipping trends and services as they relate to the tanker sector.


Via Satellite is the leading global satellite magazine, providing expert business analysis and technical insights into the satellite, telecom, wireless and space industries. The readers of Via Satellite are provided with timely and valuable editorial, essential in remaining competitive and profitable in the global satellite marketplace. Coverage includes current and evolving applications, infrastructure issues, technology, business and regulatory developments worldwide.

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