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The Fastener + Fixing group of publications provides unrivalled coverage and perspective of the global fastening industry.

 

Since its launch 19 years ago, Fastener + Fixing Magazine has become the most respected publication dedicated to the industry. From its inception, our policy has been to deliver comprehensive, in-depth reporting on the fastener, fixing, and related markets, presenting news genuinely worthy of being read by the industry decision makers.

 

While Fastener + Fixing Magazine focuses exclusively on trade and manufacturing of fastening products, Fastener + Fixing Technology - an online news resource - is dedicated to original equipment manufacturers.

 

ABOUT FASTENER + FIXING MAGAZINE

Fastener + Fixing Magazine is the leading publication for the fastening industry. Our unrivalled reputation for comprehensive coverage and perspective on the global fastener industry makes the magazine essential reading for everyone involved in the fastener and fixing market.

 

In addition to this targeted circulation selected articles, as well as the latest fastener news, are posted on this website, as well as on social media including Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook. Fastener + Fixing Magazine is also distributed to visitors at important exhibitions. All of this promotes the magazine and its advertisers, widens awareness, and expands the readership.

 

CIRCULATION

Fastener + Fixing Magazine has the best established fastener industry specific print and digital circulation in Europe and beyond with 15,000 targeted addressees, and a readership exceeding 30,000.

 

Our policy of getting into and understanding the market is always attracting new readers who recognise the importance of the magazine. Our presence at exhibitions, interviews with opinion leaders, and factory visits gives our readers a global perspective on their industry.

 

ADVERTISING IN FASTENER + FIXING MAGAZINE

Advertising in Fastener + Fixing Magazine, either online or in print, reaches a specific and relevant audience across the fastener industry. A well thought out advertising campaign offers a cost-effective way to establish the value of your company, products and services in the customers mind.

 

Either independently, or in a combined effort, Fastener + Fixing Magazine offers print display and online advertising, as well as targeted direct email and print campaigns. From high profile, high impact corporate campaigns to consistent product specific marketing, we provide a variety of channels to reach your target audience within your individual budget.

 

ADVERTISE IN PRINT

Each printed issue carefully balances advertising and editorial. We can work with you to plan an effective media presence that will create awareness, boost your company profile, and highlight crucial buying factors that can tip the balance in winning or retaining business. Advertising packages can be tailored specifically to meet individual marketing requirements.

 

ADVERTISE ONLINE

The advertising opportunities on www.fastenerandfixing.com include high profile headline banners – guaranteeing the attention of industry specific professionals and providing a presence on every page of the website – as well as exclusive skyscraper positions across a range of high profile landing pages and dedicated sections. For more information click on the image to the right.

 

DIRECT MARKETING

Fastener + Fixing Magazine also offers the opportunity to target readers in specific countries via direct email or mail campaigns – giving advertisers exclusive access to key contacts.

 

 

At Fastener + Fixing Magazine we look to maintain a high editorial standard as we believe it is the key to ensuring our advertisers and editorial contributors achieve their goal via our publications.

 

Therefore we request that all articles focus on genuine new developments in the industry – company changes, new launches, product developments, new technologies, new sectors opened, new contracts, etc.

 

 

We do not charge for publishing editorial. However, publication is at the sole discretion of the editor and submissions are accepted on the understanding that they may be edited for content and length.

 

Feature length articles – such as face-to-face interviews, visits and company insights – are usually conducted by our editorial team. These articles are normally linked to an advertising programme and are designed to deliver a unique depth of understanding of the company – with our independent editorial stance creating a level of credibility otherwise very difficult to achieve.

 

 

 

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