Media sponsors

American Journal of Transportation

AJOT is North America's only Weekly Transportation & Logistics newspaper designed to reach decision makers and buyers of freight/transportation services. AJOT provides extensive multi-modal information to shippers and intermediaries that enhances their traffic decisions and provides them a necessary tool to succeed.

Asia Cargo News

Asia Cargo News is the only newspaper for people directly managing the logistics and cargo supply chains in the Asia-Pacific region. Every issue carries up to the minute and often exclusive news articles on airfreight, sea-freight and logistics written by our professional transport and supply chain journalists around the world.

Automotive Supply Chain

Automotive Supply Chain magazine is a quarterly, global, print and online publication targeted at senior managers in the automotive industry. The magazine’s editorial content focuses on inbound and outbound logistics at the car manufacturers, their tier suppliers and their logistics service providers. Through interviews with some of the leading figures in the industry Automotive Supply Chain highlights the issues and opportunities facing the logistics sector and illustrates how companies and individuals deal with the many challenges they face. Automotive Supply Chain is recognized as one of the most respected and influential global publications specializing exclusively in the automotive logistics industry.

Inbound Logistics

Inbound Logistics’ mission is to provide today’s business logistics managers the information and expertise they need to speed cycle times, reduce inventories and get closer to their markets and customers. By pairing old and new media, Inbound Logistics’ editorial delivers the most up-to-date supply chain information to help readers discover and create wealth for their companies. Effectively managing inbound logistics enables today’s transportation and business logistics managers to work collaboratively to reduce inventory, produce and distribute more efficiently, increase quality serve customers faster and speed the cash-to cash cycle.

Journal of Commerce

Since 1827, The Journal of Commerce has been the most trusted source of intelligence for international logistics executives to help them plan global supply chains and better manage day-to-day transportation of goods and commodities in the United States and internationally. The Journal of Commerce reports weekly in print and daily on online at on all modes of transportation, international trade, legislative and regulatory developments, as well as news and analysis of current issues and events.