Registrations are about to close for the 2022/23 Buyer’s Guide

Registrations are about to close for the 2022/23 Buyer’s Guide

July 12, 2022

The July/August edition of Drives and controls magazine will feature our annual Buyer’s Guide to Drives, Automation, Power Transmission and Motion Control. For more than 35 years, it has been an essential tool for buyers and users of these products, providing easy-to-access information on who makes and sells what, and how to contact them. There is nothing else like it on the UK market.

For many engineers, the Buyer’s Guide is an indispensable reference source that they keep handy so they can quickly access information when researching details about vendors of particular technologies or services in the field. UK. The Guide uses a table format that makes it easy to compare different vendors across 18 different product categories.

In addition to the print edition, which is sent to over 20,000 ABC auditees in print and digital formats, there is also a online version of the products and services directory which receives more than 150,000 visitor sessions each year. Visitors can search the online version by company name or search for specific technologies. The Online Guide has recently undergone a major update, giving it a more modern look with an improved graphical interface.

There is no charge for UK businesses for Buyer’s Guide entries. If your business is not listed yet, you can Register. Registration for the 2022/2023 Guide closes on July 25, but it is advisable not to wait until the last minute.

The tabular format of the Buyers’ Guide makes it easy to compare suppliers

Each year, more than 900 companies are referenced in the Buyer’s Guide. If you want your business to stand out from other applications, there are a number of ways to improve your application, including adding your logo, social media links and contact details to the Guide and website. It is also possible to include company profiles, videos and press releases with your entry in the online version of the guide.

To explore these options please contact Damien Oxlee on 01732 370342 or [email protected] or Andy Wylie on 01732 370341 or [email protected]

Calvin W. Soper