Automation is the only journal in the UK devoted exclusively to covering automation technology within the manufacturing sector. Automation’s feature-led editorial looks at the latest automation technologies, products and trends within the UK’s manufacturing industry, while in-depth application stories examine real-life automation projects and the technologies employed. Importantly, all editorial focuses on the benefits of integrating an automation solution to help improve manufacturing efficiency.

It is read by engineers, managers and senior executives, across all industry sectors, who have a purchasing and/or specifying responsibility for industrial automation products and equipment aimed at improving manufacturing efficiency.


Warehousing Logistics International.Com purpose is to enable Logistics companies and suppliers to communicate effectively on latest technology, market trends, regional issues and best practice.

Produced quarterly, the 48 page print and digital publication uses the latest flip page technology to allow recipients to easily view the news and feature-based content on their computer screens, concerning logistics and materials handling.

To further extend the global reach of the publication it is also be distributed to the International members of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.


Materials Handling & Logistics was launched as a spin-off title to Factory Equipment. Focussing solely on the latest technologies and system enhancements designed to improve supply chain efficiency from end of line, through warehouse and transportation to end customer.


Factory Equipment, established over 50 years ago, is one of the UK’s leading industrial titles for products and solutions to improving efficiency across all areas within the factory, production facility and warehouse. With an ABC audited monthly readership of over 24,000 across a print and digital platform, it offers it’s advertisers a fantastic route to market.


Logistics & Supply Chain is not just the new name for Supply Chain Standard, it is the new resource for the world’s logistics and supply chain game changers.

Published four times a year in both digital (eMagazine and iPad versions) and print formats and with a history spanning over 20 years, each edition focuses on thought leadership, comment, analysis and research from leading experts on global supply chain issues.

The digital editions’ enhanced functionality gives solutions providers unique opportunities for audience engagement, while the print edition provides a valued and tangible point of contact for advertisers to reach the key decision makers.

Our trusted website includes the latest news, white papers and case studies, and all content from the print and digital editions.

The weekly Executive Briefing email newsletter brings together the highlights of the website by email to over 17,000 active readers.

With over 60,000 readers throughout the UK and Europe, Food & Drink International is the most comprehensive medium for your company. No other magazine can guarantee such high profile coverage.

The hallmark of Food & Drink International is in its editorial approach. The magazine has a policy of using experts in their fields in order to ensure editorial integrity and independence. Top names in the sector regularly contribute with incisive opinion and valuable advice.