SERIES RATES PER INSERTION
|FRONT COVER||£4,000||INSIDE FRONT COVER||£3,689|
|BACK COVER||£3,804||INSIDE BACK COVER||£3,569|
Notes: Runs along the top of the website above Steel Times International logo. This is only available to one company per year.
Size: 728 x 90 Pixels
£6000 for 12 months
Notes: Alongside Steel Times International logo.
Size: 468 x 60 Pixels
£250 per month
Notes: Above the main information section of the page.
Size: 468 x 60 Pixels
£180 per month
LOWER BANNER ADVERTISING
Notes: Below the main information section of the page.
Size: 468 x 60 Pixels
£150 per month
Notes: Right hand side of page, you can double the height of the banner to 180 x 200 for £200 per month.
Size: 180 x 100 Pixels
£110 per month
Notes: Max - 2 months. Company Profile plus advertisement on features page with link to own website.
£650 per month
NOTES: Runs along the top of the website above Steel Times International logo. This is only available to one company per year.>
Size: 180 x 200 Pixels
£150 per month
To book your advertising requirements or for further information contact the Sales Team
Technical Guidelines for the Acceptance of Advertisements
Printing standards for magazine production require high-quality copy, which can only be achieved if the copy supplied is in certain specific formats, and on certain types of media. The requirements for all Quartz Business Media Ltd publications are set out below. If you are unfamiliar with some of the terminology, our Salesperson or Production Executive should be able to advise you - or you can contact an agency or reprographic bureau.
- FTP: Quartz has an FTP server. Please ask your Sales/Production contact for FTP login details.
- Email: Send to email@example.com (where 'name' is insert the email name of your Sales contact or Production Executive contact in Quartz Business Media Ltd). The Subject line of the email should include these details (attachment size limit = 5MB): [Your Company Name] [Ad/Logo/Copy] for [PublicationName] [Month]
- Disks: CD (indicate if PC or Mac formatted)
- Images: Pictures/Photos/Logos/Illustrations should be supplied as TIFF or EPS (binary format not JPEG Encoded) minimum resolution 300dpi at size to be used, colour-separated for spot colours and CMYK. If sending by email, compressed JPEG is acceptable. If colour matching is required, a colour proof should be supplied by post or courier to your contact in Quartz.
- Lineart scans must be TIFF or EPS, minimum 600dpi,or hard copy for scanning.
- Text: Text Only, Rich Text Format, or a Microsoft Word document.
- Fonts: Any fonts required can only be supplied to us if your license includes a Remote User clause. Otherwise our nearest available match will be used.
- PDFs: Files should be saved in CMYK at 300dpi at the correct size.
- Mechanical specifications: Copy must also conform to the specifications listed in the publication media pack. Our Salesperson or Production Executive can supply you with the details.
- Adobe Illustrator
- Adobe Photoshop
Please check with your Quartz Business Media contact for the version in use.
If the copy received does not conform to the formats listed above, Quartz Business Media Ltd regret that it may be returned to you for correction. PowerPoint, CorelDraw, Web images and logos are not acceptable as the resolution is too low. Should you wish us to undertake any adjustments or artwork on the copy you supply, this may incur an additional charge at a similar rate to a reprographic bureau. In this event, your Sales contact or Production Executive will contact you. Should you wish to use a reprographic bureau instead, they can supply a list of bureaux with contact details.
A full copy of the Conditions of Acceptance of Advertisements is printed on the reverse of the company's Order Acknowledgement form; it is also available separately on request.
All dimensions shown as depth x width
|DOUBLE PAGE SPREAD||Type area||265mm x 394mm|
|Bleed||303mm x 426mm|
|Trim||297mm x 420mm|
|FULL PAGE||Type area||265mm x 185mm|
|Bleed||303mm x 216mm|
|Trim||297mm x 210mm|
|HALF PAGE||Type area||128mm x 185mm|
|QUARTER PAGE||Type area||128mm x 87mm|
If you have any other questions regarding mechanical data or any other production related query please contact Martin Lawrence
Geographical breakdown of circulation
- 45% Europe
- 24% North America
- 17% South East Asia
- 6% South America
- 1% Africa
- 1% Middle East
- 1% Oceania
- 1% Caribbean
6,000 copies of each issue are circulated worldwide to a combination of subscribers and targeted readers of which:
59% are primary iron & steel manufacturers
9% are secondary iron & steel processors
9% are plant & equipment suppliers
6% are stockists & traders
4% are non-ferrous metal manufacturers
4% are end-users of steel
7% are 'others' (i.e. financial, consultants, universities and R&D establishments
Foreign language issues
STI publishes five foreign language issues a year. There are two Chinese issues, two Russian issues and a Spanish issue.
The Chinese and Russian issues are published in May and September, while the Spanish edition is published in October.
The Chinese language issue is published twice a year and is circulated by the Metallurgical Council of China, Council for the Promotion of International Trade (MC-CCPIT) and is also distributed at various exhibitions and conferences within China
RUSSIAN EDITION Русскоязычные издания
The Russian language issue is published twice a year to coincide with distribution at the two major shows in Moscow - Litmash and Metal Expo, as well as being distributed to our readership throughout Russia
The Spanish language issue is published annually, distributed at major events throughout Latin America and mailed to our Spanish language readership
Best Corporate Publication in the Russian Metallurgical Industry
Steel Times International recently won, alongside its sister publication Aluminium International Today, an award for the Best Corporate Publication in the Russian Metallurgical Industry. More than 40 publishers in the CIS metallurgical industry take part in the competition. The prize was given as the best foreign magazines for Russian metallurgists interested in news from abroad and for presenting new technologies, equipment and services.
Editorial features list 2013
|Month||Features||Events for distribution||Copy dates|
Handling & Scheduling
Ladle & slab carriers; cranes; identification; bundling & strapping; fork lifts; scheduling software
Analysis & Testing
Mechanical testing; non-destructive testing; spectrographic analysis; infra-red imaging; sample preparation; Sample tracking and reporting
Metal Expo Moscow; Steel Success Strategies (Europe)
|CRU World Steel||
Slab, billet & thin slab casters; metal level control; electromagnetic stirrers & brakes; mould powders; water spray cooling; bearings; caster maintenance; cut off machines; shears
Reheat; heat treatment; continuous annealing; furnace control; burners; emissions
JSI Paris; Adam Smith CIS Summit
Automotive, Heavy Transport, Construction, Packaging, Domestic Appliancess, Yellow goods (JCBs etc), Shipbuilding, Energy (power plant & wind turbines)
Level 0 – 4 control; PLCs; scheduling; software models; hardware
Service Centre equipment e.g. slitters; cut-to-length; pickling; levellers; toll services
Basic oxygen steelmaking plant, on-line analysis; ferro alloys, scrap; secondary metallurgy, pretreatments e.g. de-Sulphurisation & Phosphorus removal
Flat and long rolling: mills; shape control; rolls
Special & Stainless Steels
Tool, high alloy; wear resistant; stainless steel; powder met; ferro-alloys
Steel Success Strategies (New York); IABr (Brazil); MB & Duluth ore Conference;
CRU North American Steel Chicago
|World Steel Association||
Blast furnace; Direct reduction shaft; DR rotary; Direct smelting; control; charge; sinter lines; emission control; energy; tuyere injectants
Safety & Training
Safety equipment – protective clothing, gas monitors; ear & eye protectors; safety training programmes; on-job training; simulation
EAF based long and thin slab caster mills; continuous casting; rolling; scrap, DRI & pig charging; control
Continuous strip coating; galvanising; priming; painting; strip welding
CRU North America
Index for 2013
Foreign language issues
|Month||Issue||Key events covered||Advertising copy dates|
|April||Chinese||CISA & MC-CCPIT shows||
|August||Chinese||CISA & MC-CCPIT shows||
Adam Smith CIS Summit
|October||Spanish||Alacero (ex ILAFA)||
Download the 2013 media pack
Click on the image below to download the 2013 media pack