Trade fair for an innovative marine industry

30 | 31 janUARY > 1ST fEBRUARY 2024, Marseille

Trade fair for an innovative marine industry

30 | 31 janUARY > 1ST fEBRUARY 2024, Marseille

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Partner Article – Maritime Magazine

Maritime Magazine, serving a vital niche market, is a privately-owned, Canadian bilingual (English and French) quarterly trade magazine, now entering its 29th year. It is strongly focused on maritime/multimodal/trade logistics developments in the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway System, the Canadian Atlantic and Pacific Coast trades as well as the evolution of Arctic shipping.
Maritime Magazine

In addition, Maritime Magazine is also increasingly covering major ‘ green ‘ initiatives by industry players aimed at creating a zero-carbon economy in the news published on its website and in the pages of the magazine.

Generally speaking, we pay particularly close attention to the evolution of Canadian trade with the USA, Europe, Asia and the Indo-Pacific region as a whole.

Editor Leo Ryan, a highly-respected shipping, transportation and trade correspondent/journalist recognized in Canada and overseas, heads an editorial team with timely features and news stories within the context of an analytical and journalistic approach. Leo is a past recipient of the Medal of Merit of ACPA (Association of Canadian Port Authorities).

In each edition of Maritime Magazine, there are Six regular columns: “First Watch” (Editor’s column); “ Green Horizons ” (by veteran journalist Julie Gedeon, with considerable expertise in Great Lakes/St. Lawrence and “green shipping”); “ “Atlantic Horizons” (by highly-regarded Halifax-based journalist Tom Peters); “Pacific Horizons” (written by West Coast journalist Colin Laughlan);   ” Europe Horizons” (by veteran European shipping correspondent Nick Savvides; and “Arctic Horizons” (by award-winning journalist Carroll McCormick), covering a subject of direct interest to stakeholders involved in various markets

The magazine has a targeted readership of decision makers in Canada, the United States, Europe, Asia the Middle East and Africa.

To make Canada’s lawmakers fully aware of significant developments affecting the industry, each edition is also distributed to all Senators and MPs in the Canadian Parliament. In addition, it is distributed to each member of the National Assembly of Québec.

Combining print copy with digital – Because Maritime Magazine is a quarterly magazine, it has a long shelf life with readers who in large number don’t throw it away after a quick “surfing” but keep it for reading at a number of intervals – as a reference tool.

Maritime Magazine is proud of its history of contribution to the success and progress of a dynamic Canadian Industry. As a niche publication Maritime Magazine offers authoritative content widely recognized at home and overseas. Maritime Magazine is widely recognised, at home and abroad, as a benchmark for its coverage of industry developments, both in the news on its website and in its magazine.