Sources: 1. BPA Circulation Statement E&MJ, December 2013. 2. Publishers Own Data. 3. 2012 Readership Survey. 4. IMS Share of Market Report August 2014. 5. BPA Circulation Statement Mining Magazine, December 2013.
Quick Facts About Engineering & Mining Journal
Engineering & Mining Journal (E&MJ), with two-thirds of its subscribers working for multinational
companies involved in the mining of all primary metals and materials,3 truly covers
the world of mining. Written by an editorial staff that is unmatched in its mining industry
experience, E&MJ focuses on engaging subscribers with trusted views of the issues and
technology that matter most.
Our World Mining Equipment sections deal with operating strategies, suppliers reports, processing solutions and the latest technology issues for mine operators. This focus on equipment also makes E&MJ by far the most popular magazine with advertisers, more of whom advertise in E&MJ than any of our competitors.4
What else sets E&MJ apart from the rest? Here's a look at what makes E&MJ your choice for reaching the global mining industry with your marketing message.
Requested Circulation.1,5The only audited, 100% requested industry magazine.
Years of Serving the Worldwide Mining Industry
E&MJ has provided in-depth editorial and operational insight to the international mining community for nearly 150 years, and we continue to serve the industry with and experienced and knowledgeable editorial staff that is second to none.
Countries in Both Developed and Emerging Markets.1
E&MJ reaches subscribers in 125 countries with extensive circulation in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Advertisers Use E&MJ to Deliver Their Marketing Message.4
By delivering on its promise of exceptional editorial and verifiable, global distribution, E&MJ has earned advertisers trust.
E&MJ Brings Your Brand to the World of Mining
We bring your message to an audience that extracts more than 12 billion tons of ore every year.5
The mining industry is an $800 billion global business. Mining companies provide the raw materials that are used to produce the goods and services that the world uses every day. Iron ore and nickel are used to make steel. Copper wires transmit electricity, which is generated from uranium and fossil fuels, such as coal and oil sands. From the salt on the dining room table to the diamond on the bride's finger, it all starts with mining.
Mining takes place in some form in almost every country and E&MJ reaches mining and processing engineers in every jurisdiction. The search for minerals began in the developed world and has now spread to emerging markets. Today, Latin America is the top mining investment destination; however, Australia, Canada, South Africa and the U.S. are still the leading mining countries.
Mining is not for the faint of heart. Our readers extract more than 12.3 billion tons of ore per year from both surface and deep mining operations.5 It's an occupation with inherent risks that requires specialized skills and a bit of luck. Using some of the largest, most robust equipment, today's miners drill and blast and dig with precision. And they rely on E&MJ for the technical information that helps them do their jobs more safely and efficiently.
Extracting the ore is only half of the job. In the mills and processing plants, metallurgists crush and grind the ore to a fine consistency to liberate the metals from the host rock. They use a variety of processes to further refine the end product.
In addition to providing insight about the mining and mineral processing business worldwide, E&MJ delivers the technical information these engineers and metallurgists seek. These professionals buy and specify equipment and services, and they have relied on E&MJ as a trusted source for nearly 150 years.
100% Requested Circulation1
• The Industry's Only Audited Monthly Magazine2
• Highest Circulation1
• The Only Magazine That is 100% Requested1
• Bonus Distribution of 12,075 Digital Copies Per Month2
E&MJ, with two-thirds of subscribers working for multi-national companies involved in the mining of all primary metals and materials,3 truly covers the world of mining. Written by an editorial staff that is unmatched in its mining industry experience, E&MJ focuses on engaging subscribers with trusted views of the issues and technology that matter most.
Mining professionals continue to rely on E&MJ with 75% of respondents preferring E&MJ over International Mining, Mining Engineering, and Mining Magazine as their preferred source of industry news.3 That level of engagement is what makes the magazine a great cornerstone for your international mining industry marketing plan.
E&MJ Subscribers Take Action on the Articles They Read and on the Ads They See3
Reach More of Your Market with E&MJ:
Sources: 1. BPA Circulation Statement E&MJ, June, 2013. 2. Publishers Own Data 3. 2012 Readership Survey