Aluminium International Today is an English language journal dedicated to the production and processing of aluminium.

It contains a digest of global news, events, and statistics as well as more detailed technical articles, company and country profiles, conference reports and regular regional economic briefings.

The target readership are managers and CEOs in the aluminium industry, but it is also widely read by members of research organisations, technical consultants and business consultants. An average of 3000 copies of each issue are circulated worldwide to a combination of subscribers and targeted readers with multiple product and service types.

It is published in English six times a year.

Steel Times International is a leading publication serving the global steel industry and offering its readers a strong focus on all aspects of the production process embracing both basic oxygen and electric steelmaking.

Steel Times International’s editorial team regularly attends and covers important industry conferences and events around the world.

A regularly updated, news-driven website supports the magazines and digital publications and is complemented by an annual directory detailing the wide variety of suppliers and services offered to the global steel industry.

Steel Times International is also the driving force behind the pioneering and highly successful Future Steel Forum conference and exhibition, which is the only steel conference focused 100% on Industry 4.0 and its application to the steelmaking process. The magazine is also known for its Free Webinar Programme 2020, which kept readers informed on important steel industry-related subjects during the global lockdown.

Glass International offers readers the latest news from across the hollow, container, flat and speciality glassmaking industry and is the official media partner for the global series of Glassman events.

Average hard-copy circulation is 5,500 copies per issue plus reaching over 16,000 additional readers each month. In addition to 10 English language issues per year, it is published twice a year in Chinese to reach non-English speaking markets.

The magazine focuses on industrial, economic and environmental issues affecting the industry and includes articles discussing the latest developments and challenges in glass manufacturing. It also receive regular engagement through our events, websites, social media and the Glass International weekly newsletter.

GI Editor Greg Morris also hosts regular webinars, with guest speakers covering topics such as the Mexican glass industry, energy efficiency, industry 4.0, and the Future of Furnaces.