2006 Media Kit


2006 Media Kit

PLANT ENGINEERING is the proven leader in the lucrative plant engineering marketplace, offering market reach and editorial influence unparalleled in the industry. It is a problem-solving resource for plant engineers who specify, integrate, and maintain plant facilities, equipment, and systems.

The 2006 Media Kit is now online. Complete information on the the plant engineering market and circulation; the PLANT ENGINEERING editorial calendar; advertising opportunities, rates, and material requirements; and more are included.

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Charlotte, NC 28209

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Oak Brook, Illinois 60523

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Oak Brook, IL 60523

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Newton, MA 02458

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