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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 a key source of high quality, independent information for all professionals working in the international bunker industry. Stay fully up to speed with daily news updates, comments from the bunker industry’s key players and the latest on IMO 2020.

Cruise & Ferry Review aims to be the best supplier of news and insight into the global passenger shipping industries via a bi-annual print magazine, website and app. Content covers both the cruise and ferry sectors, providing an in-depth look into the areas of building and refurbishment, marine operations, onboard experience, interior design, ports and destinations, and more.

First launched in the early 1990s,Cruise & Ferry Review was acquired by publishers Tudor Rose in2011, whose investments have transformed the brand into the definitive resource for decision makers in the cruise and ferry industries. Tudor Rose has since created the annualCruise & Ferry Interiors and Cruise & Ferry Itinerary Planning publications. The former celebrates the work of the individuals and companies involved in creating interiors onboard today’s passenger ships, while the latter explores how cruise line executives, destination experts, deployment specialists and port authorities create compelling itineraries.

Digital Ship provides news and information covering the commercial shipping sector, focusing on innovation and developments in information technology and maritime communications. Breaking news updates, shared on our website and via our social media, are supplemented by a weekly e-mail newsletter and a monthly magazine, which includes further in-depth analysis and features on issues affecting this sector.

Drydock magazine, with a heritage of over 40 years, is the world’s leading magazine for ship repair, maintenance and conversion, providing editorial quality, expert knowledge and insights in the ship repair market around the globe.
Offering comprehensive and in-depth analysis and comment on all aspects of ship repair, covering the global market and providing key focus on specific issues and areas of ship repair, Drydock talks to key decision makers across the industry.
It’s heritage, authority and independence mean that it is read- and relied on- by senior management of ship owners, managers and operators, ship repair yards, equipment manufacturers and suppliers.

Drydock magazine is published quarterly with continuous editorial news and opinions available on its website and mobile.

HANSA-International Maritime Journal, founded in 1863 it is still today one of the leading maritime publications and informs decision makers monthly in print online on www.hansa-online.de and daily by newsletter by HANSADaily: shipbuilding, propulsion technology, ship financing, logistic, port economy, law, P&I and taxes by experts who evaluate markets, trends and capabilities – compactly presented, funded analysed news and basic personalities. The maritime economy acts global as hardly another – HANSA provides it with the according know-how and makes sure that your message will be distributed to your focused readership.

International Bulk Journal has now been the magazine for the maritime dry bulk industry for 40 years. Dry bulk shipping, commodities, port, logistics and equipment issues are all reviewed in every issue of IBJ, which is distributed globally to the maritime bulk industry.

The magazine, published six times annually, contains regular news reviews and features specifically researched and written for executives within bulk shipping and cargo handling companies. Advertisers in IBJ have the best possible opportunities to promote their products to bulk industry decision makers worldwide.

The IBJ e-newsletter delivers regularly updates on the bulk industry worldwide and links into all of the news on the IBJ website ibj-online.com

The IBJ Awards, a salute to excellence in the maritime bulk industry. They are now firmly established sector’s ‘Night of the Year’.

Kaiji Press is founded in 1956. Publishing Daily Kaiji Press and bimonthly magazine COMPASS which cover maritime news related to domestic and international shipping, shipbuilding, ship technology, ports.

Marine BizTV is the World’s first 24 hr free to air Global Maritime Satellite Channel dedicated to the maritime related industry. We have complete telecast over Asia, Australia, Africa, and Europe. Marine BizTV does online distribution with parallel streaming through WebTV.  We have the largest global database related to all segments of the maritime sector and therefore a worldwide reach for any maritime related information, activity, event, program, advertising & product launches. 

The Marine Log brand helps maritime professionals make informed decisions.
We publish one of the industry’s most established and respected magazines, Marine Log Magazine, produce four highly regarded newsletters – Marine Log Daily News, Marine Log Inland News, Marine Log Offshore News and introducing in 2022 Marine Log Shipbuilding & Design News. Marine Log also produces three high-level educational conferences – Ferries, TTB and new in 2022 Shipbuilding & Design – as well as a series of virtual events and podcasts.
In short, we provide actionable news, market analysis and education that keeps maritime professionals informed of developments in the industry so they can make the best decisions.

Marine Professional and the IMarEST media portfolio provide a unique opportunity to share your message with a global network of marine professionals across a wide range of industry verticals including offshore renewables, marine fuels & emissions, ballast water management and biofouling management. Marine Scientists, Environmental Specialists and Academic Researchers are also well represented.

Maritime Reporter & Engineering News is the flagship of the maritime sector’s largest network of print and electronic media, reaching the global industry’s highest combined business circulation. For the last 82 years, Maritime Reporter & Engineering News’ quality features and in-depth editorial attract the attention of company leaders, owners, operators, and managing professionals at the highest levels. As the leader in the market, we continue to serve in-depth insights and crucial data to the maritime sector’s most influential audience. Maritime Reporter’s international circulation and web presence (marinelink.com) is audited twice yearly by BPA, ensuring our advertisers are successful in reaching exactly the audience they want.

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, offshore, shipping, aquaculture and much more.  

PortalMorski.pl is the biggest portal about maritime economy in Poland and a daily source of information for over 250 000 readers visiting us worldwide every month.

Riviera Maritime Media is a specialist publisher and event organiser within the maritime and offshore industries.

Our magazines, websites, webinars and live events provide authoritative, detailed reviews and expert analysis of the key trends, technologies and international developments that senior technical and operational management in the shipping industry need to know about. Our international readership trusts us to bring them intelligent commentary and detailed, unbiased reporting on the issues that affect their core business and strategic commercial decisions

To request a trial to any of the above magazines, sign up to receive our email newsletters or see our upcoming events at https://www.rivieramm.com/

Robban Assafina is a bimonthly Middle Eastern Arabic/English Maritime Magazine, Website & Smart Phones’ application, specialized in Shipping, Ships, Offshore and Marine Technology.

Published by Oceanic Spark Sarl, with a specialized crew of Maritime Experts, Masters & Engineers, who focus directly on shipbuilding, ships, ports, and everything related to the world of Marine Navigation, Communication and Machineries.

While keeping a keen eye on Maritime Navigation, Communication, Shipbuilding, Ports, Machinery’s, and Marine Insurance, Robban Assafina targets the Shipping Industry through direct contact with Ship owners, Managers, Operators, Shipbuilders, Maritime Corporations and Agencies, Marine Services and Insurance Firms, Flag State Maritime Administrations all the way to the common Seafarers.

Our Maritime Media Services will give you the special opportunity to reach key players and decision makers of the MENA Maritime and Offshore Market.

SAFETY4SEA (incorporating GREEN4SEA & SMART4SEA) is on a mission for Safe Ships & Clean Seas, being the world’s leading source of news and insight on safer, smarter & greener shipping using www.safety4sea.com  (with a top 5 world traffic rank), monthly paper magazines & special publications (circulated in more than 12,000 copies monthly across the globe and onboard ships), along with video & social media. Furthermore it hosts SAFETY4SEA, GREEN4SEA, SMART4SEA & CAREER4SEA Forums & Awards to foster excellence and share best practices across shipping. To learn more please visit https://about.safety4sea.com/

Written by a team of highly experienced correspondents across Asia, the Middle East, Europe and America, Seatrade Maritime News has connected and engaged the global maritime community for over 50 years. Internationally recognised as an editorial voice, Seatrade Maritime News is also as a platform for the exchange of ideas and as a network for establishing and developing contacts across the world through a network of publishing, media and event platforms.

Ship Management International, a market-leading service of maritime news, views and analysis – specially tailored for busy C-suite executives of ship owning/operating and management companies – delivered in a choice of formats.

SMI magazine is a bi-monthly publication focusing on today’s cutting-edge topics such as green technology, digitalisation and seafarer training & welfare. Published and dispatched every second month in hard copy, the magazine is also available electronically with back issues posted on the SMI website for ease of reference. 

SMI website is a 24/7 online news service with stories hand-picked for their relevance by our experienced team of editors.  A round-up of latest stories is also sent out daily as an e-newsletter to our ever-growing list of subscribers who have requested it.   

Webinars and round table debates featuring leading industry figuresRegistration for these virtual Round Tables and Webinars is complimentary, with webcasts accessible either live or on-demand on the SMI website, with edited transcripts of the discussions later published in SMI magazine as well.

SHIP2SHORE, being published since 2004, is today one of the most successful on-line magazines in the Mediterranean region and the leading news provider in Italy exploring thefinancial, economical, political and legal aspects of the transports industry.

News are published daily on the website (20.000 weekly visits), grouped into macro-categories (shipping&shipyards, ports&services,  logistics&intermodal transport, energy&offshore, others) to help readers finding easily and quickly what they need.

weekly pdf magazine, published on Monday and announced by a newsletter (database of over 30.000 emails), offers a complete overview of the most important topics as well as in-depth analysis, interviews and further stories. Ship2Shore is a useful working tool for being regularly updated as well as an effective means for web advertising.

Splash offers timely, informed and global news from the maritime industry 24/7. The site provides readers with not just maritime news, but with commentaries and analysis of the international maritime industry.

Tanker Operator is magazine and newsletter about tanker shipping. Our main topics are decarbonisation options, developments in technology for tankers, market and regulatory trends and developments relating to tanker operations, the human element, and what tanker companies around the world are doing. On our website you can download our pdf magazine free of charge and sign up to our newsletter.

The Maritime Executive magazine, website, newsletter and social media platforms form the largest audience in the maritime industry.

The Maritime Executive 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 Motorship is the magazine for senior marine engineers. Since 1920, professionals from ship owners and operators to ship builders, naval architects and equipment suppliers have relied on The Motorship to keep up-to-date with news and information that helps them do their jobs and run their businesses better. The Motorship provides readers with authoritative editorial prepared by writers who are experts in their field. As shipping finds itself under growing pressure to improve efficiency, The Motorship is a valuable resource for senior technical management aiming to keep ahead of the market.

Founded in 1860 in London to ” advance the art and science of ship design ” today the Royal Institution of Naval Architects is a world renowned and highly respected international professional institution and learned society whose members are involved at all levels in the design, construction, maintenance and operation of all marine vessels and structures.

The Institution has members in over ninety countries, and is widely represented in industry, universities and colleges, and maritime organisations worldwide.

World Bunkering is the only official magazine of IBIA.
It features news, views and comments on all aspects of the bunker industry, from technical developments to commercial management, as well as exclusive previews and reports from IBIA events.

The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) was formed in 1992 to provide an international forum to address the concerns of all sectors of the bunker industry. Today, it provides a central point of information and training for the entire industry, including suppliers, buyers, traders and related services.

Ship&Offshore – published by DVV Media Group, Hamburg – informs a broad readership of experts in the fields of shipbuilding & marine engineering, offshore & marine technology and ship operation. Up-to-date industry news from all subject areas make the issues perfect for the maritime market. As one of the leading international trade media, Ship&Offshore is published six times a year. It is supplemented once a year by the special issues GreenTech and SmartShip, local language issues (Chinese or Greek magazines), trade show newspapers and by a weekly newsletter.

The weekly newsletter New Ships about shipbuilding orders and inside reports on the market and the monthly magazine Schiff&Hafen for the German-language market complete the maritime offer of the publishing house.

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