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Pumps & Systems MENA Premieres to Subscribers in October 2014, then in November at ADIPEC in Abu Dhabi
Birmingham, Alabama, USA (PRWEB) July 04, 2014
Pumps & Systems, the leading magazine for pump users worldwide for more than 20 years, expands its international coverage of powerful technical pumping information to the Middle East/North Africa region.
The premier issue of Pumps & Systems MENA, an international print magazine from the publisher of Pumps & Systems, will launch in early October this year. It also will be distributed at the Pumps & Systems booth Nov. 10, 2014, at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC), the regions leading conference for oil and gas professionals.
With an extraordinary amount of construction and tourism growth in metropolitan cities like Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Doha, the pumping market in the MENA region has exploded in the past decade, said Pumps & Systems Editor Michelle Segrest. This growth is happening rapidly, which results in many opportunities for large pumping projects. Our readers and advertisers continue to tell us of pumping activity in this region, and no other publications cover pumping reliability, maintenance, and optimization in each issue. We identified an important need for this information, so expanding to the MENA region is a natural fit for Pumps & Systems.
The magazine is an exciting addition to the 20-year-old Pumps & Systems brand for its publisher, Cahaba Media Group (CMG).
Creating this new print magazine specifically for the MENA region is the next logical step in building on the Pumps & Systems global brand, said CMG President, Wally Evans, publisher of Pumps & Systems, Upstream Pumping Solutions, and now, Pumps & Systems MENA. It also makes sense to debut the publication at ADIPEC, which is the largest technical conference for the oil and gas industry in the GCC.
Pumps & Systems MENA will publish bimonthly in 2015 following the October 2014 launch, and will cover case studies and technical information in the following industries:
The regular editorial coverage will also include strategic and insightful market data from respected market research analysts Frost & Sullivan.
Loyal subscribers in almost 140 countries currently receive the print and digital editions of Pumps & Systems. The magazine is delivered to more than 40,000 BPA-audited subscribers. The launch of Pumps & Systems MENA will provide a printed version of the worlds leading authority on pumping technology to subscribers in the GCC countries. The circulation for Pumps & Systems MENA will initially be approximately 15,000 subscribers.
The magazine will be supported digitally with a website, http://www.pump-zone.com/mena and a twice-a-month e-newsletter, Pump Users Digest MENA. Subscribe to the newsletter and magazine at http://www.pump-zone.com/mena.
We are receiving tremendous positive support for Pumps & Systems MENA, Segrest said. The editorial coverage we have compiled for the premier issue is detailed, region-specific, comprehensive, and includes interesting problem-solving case studies from Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, India and other surrounding areas.
"Powerful technical information and real-world application articles are at the core of the success of Pumps & Systems. This will continue to be the model for Pumps & Systems MENA," Segrest said. The reason our Pumps & Systems readers have been so loyal for more than 20 years is because we offer insightful, expert editorial that helps pump users solve problems. We have an interactive audience. They tell us about their daily concerns, and we pay attention to their needs. We plan to continue this effective editorial mission in Pumps & Systems MENA.
The Pumps & Systems MENA editorial team is gathering a panel of experts to consult with technical issues and regional market and industry trends. The growing Editorial Advisory Board so far includes:
The experts we have on our Editorial Advisory Board have more than 100 years of combined experience in the MENA region pumping market, Segrest said. These professionals are well-respected and are guiding us on the most important areas of interest for our audience, including key industries and trade shows.
In addition to technical pumping information and case studies, Pumps & Systems MENA will also cover ancillary equipment, including motors and drives, instrumentation, seals, bearings, valves, compressors, engines, and every variety of pumps used in the six target industries. It will also provide relevant, regional news coverage and report on new products.
About Pumps & Systems and Pumps & Systems MENA:
Pumps & Systems is the voice of the pump and rotating equipment industry. As the leading magazine for pump users worldwide for more than 20 years, it delivers relevant industry news coverage and powerful technical information to more than 40,000 BPA-qualified managers, engineers, operators, and maintenance professionals, and covers pumps and related operations in every issue. Pumps & Systems MENA provides the same relevant information on pump technology to more than 15,000 consultants, engineers, EPC contractors, operators, executives and other pump professionals in the Middle East and North Africa region. It focuses on relevant news, case studies and pumping system technology from the Oil & Gas (upstream and downstream), Water & Wastewater, Power Generation, Food & Beverage Processing, Building Services, and Chemical, Petrochemical & Refinery industries.
About Cahaba Media Group:
Founded in 2002, Cahaba Media Group is a growing company with an entrepreneurial mindset. The company publishes trade magazines, websites, and e-newsletters that are leaders in their industries (Pumps & Systems, Construction Business Owner, Upstream Pumping Solutions, Pumps & Systems MENA and HomeCare). For more, visit http://www.cahabamedia.com.
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