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Bulk Handling Today

“Bulk Handling Today” covers the movement of all bulk goods from Point A to Point B, both locally and overseas. We concentrate on the equipment used to undertake this task such as shipping, railways, cranes, trucks, conveyors etc. Another important aspect is logistics, freight forwarding, customs etc. It is the only magazine which covers this topic exclusively. Our readers are in the following industry: mining, food & beverage, construction, pulp, paper & forestries, harbours, ports & railways, agriculture & fisheries.

Circulation & Readership

3 273 copies of “Bulk Handling Today” are read by over 12 000 key decision makers in the public, private and financial sectors. “Bulk Handling Today” is endorsed by: LEEASA (Lifting Equipment Engineering Association of SA); CMA (Conveyor Manufacturers Association); SAIMechE (SA Institution of Mechanical Engineering) and SAIMH (SA Institute of Material Handling)

Promech Publishing (South Africa) has chosen to concentrate on the engineering, metals and architectural fields. Three monthlies, two alternate monthlies, and several annuals keep our publishing team on the go.

After 22 years, we can safely say that all our titles are leaders in their field. “SA Mechanical Engineer” is usually twice the size of its rival publication. “Supply Chain Today” and “Bulk Handling Today” are the only ones of their kind in South Africa. “Architect & Specificator” has the largest circulation in its field and continues to gain ground. Then there’s “Skills On Site” which is the only training and transformative publication in the building and construction industry. Readers and advertisers certainly approve.

Most of the team has been in publishing or other media for all of our working lives – there’s nothing to beat the rush of getting great editorial into print, supported by advertising revenue with an efficient back-office operation smoothing the way.

Our Team

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Susan Custers: Managing Editor Sunette Janse van Rensburg: Accounts Sanette Badenhorst: DTP Louise Cresswell: Advertising Sales (SA Mechanical Engineer, Supply Chain Today and Bulk Handling Today)