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BPMA Relaunches Quarterly Publication

4/12/2018

 

Attendees at the recent AGM were among the first to hear details of a new magazine from the BPMA, due to be launched in March next year.

An exciting new addition to the BPMA portfolio, flow  will be published quarterly and is the only UK title aimed exclusively at users of liquid pumps, pumping systems and associated equipment.

Unlike its predecessor, the new magazine will be a stand-alone publication with a dedicated circulation made up of engineering professionals from a broad section of industries – but all with interest in the design, specification and maintenance of pumps and pumping systems. For the first time, this highly targeted readership will offer organisations supplying pumps and pumping systems an entirely relevant audience, covering the whole sector and with no waste.

The editorial content of the magazine is also set to evolve from that of the previous newsletter, with the support of a dedicated editorial team. Alongside news and insight from the BPMA,  flow  will present readers with news from elsewhere in the industry , thought leadership articles, opinion pieces, application stories, product news and much more.

The move responds to the BPMA’s desire to reinforce its position as the leading authority within the pump and pumping systems sector and to demonstrate the association’s commitment to providing value to its membership.

The new publication is being produced in a partnership between the BPMA and two companies with a deep understanding of the industry the association serves and significant experience of publishing in the industrial business-to-business marketplace - Touchwave Media and G & C Media.

Please ensure you add the editorial team to the distribution list for any press releases you issue by emailing Chris Callander at chris@flowmag.co.uk.

And if you would like to find out how you can benefit from advertising and sponsorship within this unique and highly focused publication, please email Andrew Castle at andrew@flowmag.co.uk

 

 

Attendees at the recent AGM were among the first to hear details of a new magazine from the BPMA, due to be launched in March next year.

An exciting new addition to the BPMA portfolio, flow  will be published quarterly and is the only UK title aimed exclusively at users of liquid pumps, pumping systems and associated equipment.

Unlike its predecessor, the new magazine will be a stand-alone publication with a dedicated circulation made up of engineering professionals from a broad section of industries – but all with interest in the design, specification and maintenance of pumps and pumping systems. For the first time, this highly targeted readership will offer organisations supplying pumps and pumping systems an entirely relevant audience, covering the whole sector and with no waste.

The editorial content of the magazine is also set to evolve from that of the previous newsletter, with the support of a dedicated editorial team. Alongside news and insight from the BPMA,  flow  will present readers with news from elsewhere in the industry , thought leadership articles, opinion pieces, application stories, product news and much more.

The move responds to the BPMA’s desire to reinforce its position as the leading authority within the pump and pumping systems sector and to demonstrate the association’s commitment to providing value to its membership.

The new publication is being produced in a partnership between the BPMA and two companies with a deep understanding of the industry the association serves and significant experience of publishing in the industrial business-to-business marketplace - Touchwave Media and G & C Media.

Please ensure you add the editorial team to the distribution list for any press releases you issue by emailing Chris Callander at chris@flowmag.co.uk.

And if you would like to find out how you can benefit from advertising and sponsorship within this unique and highly focused publication, please email Andrew Castle at andrew@flowmag.co.uk

 


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