BTJ Media Plan 2013
Publication date: 2013-01-24
Check what highlights (topics and yearbooks) will be featured in the upcoming year. Also have a look at updated advertisement & sponsorship prices.
Every BTJ printed edition comes with a "yellow pages" one-topic Report and a "purple pages" Focus. Some editions feature also special Supplements in the form of a separately published thematic booklets (like our newest Container Yearbook 2012).
The newest Media Plan is always available under the “Download Media-Plan” button on the right of the webpage and contains, among many, advertising prices for 2013.
BTJ is printed in 2,500 copies and distributed via a subscription to the top management of major transport services providers in all Europe, plus on key industry exhibitions and conferences.
BTJ 2013 highlights:
BTJ 1/2013 (Jan.-Feb.) issue will be devoted to Baltic shipyardsand give an overview of shipbuilding/ship repair yards, changing trends, new business opportunities as well as deliver market opinions.
BTJ 2/2013 (Mar.-Apr.) edition will focus on the Baltic ro-ro & ferry market and feature the unique BTJ’s Yearbook(incl. a wall map poster) – 80-90 page booklet with statistics, networks, maps & charts of liner traffic + a report in the journal with shortcut to main outcomes of the supplement along with comments.
BTJ 3/2013 (May-Jun.) issue will bring the second Yearbook, this time devoted to the container market(both maritime and rail). The 90-100 page booklet (+ a wall map poster) will be full of statistics, networks, maps & charts of liner/rail traffic + with a shortcut inside the magazine to main outcomes of the supplement.
BTJ 4/2013 (Jul.-Aug.) number will present the European ports review– showing the latest statistics, market tendencies, investment plans as well as newest technology developments across Europe's port sector.
BTJ 5/2013 (Sep.-Oct.) edition will focus on the Baltic oil market through the journal’s premiere – the Baltic Oil Yearbook, 50-60 page booklet of oil trade and transport in the BSR/Northern Europe.
The last BTJ in 2013 (Nov.-Dec.) will tackle the issue of the Baltic dry bulk market and table the second Yearbook premiere. It will be an 50-60 page booklet of dry bulk goods trade & transport in the BSR/N. Europe + there will be a report in the journal with shortcut to main outcomes of the supplement and market opinions.