Prime Creative acquires Inside Waste, Cranes & Lifting and Inside Construction Magazines

Prime Creative Media is excited to announce its second acquisition in two months, with the purchase of Mayfam Media titles Inside Waste, Cranes & Lifting and Inside Construction magazines.

As of 1 September, the publications will be operated out of Prime Creative Media’s Sydney office. The new titles will sit with Prime Creative Media’s strong offering of infrastructure and resources titles including Roads & Infrastructure Magazine, Australian Mining, and Waste Management Review. Prime Creative Media is a multi-platform publishing and events business, with all printed publications complimented by dedicated web sites, newsletters, awards programs and/or trade events.

John Murphy, Managing Director of Prime Creative Media, says the mastheads fit in perfectly with the company’s current suite of products, with strong industry association support and an established readership.

“We have long admired the position these magazines enjoy in the market, and the contributions they make to their respective industries,” says Mr. Murphy. “ We look forward to continuing the great work the team at Mayfam Media have done in the past few years.”

Mr Ross May, Publisher at Mayfam Media, says: “I have full confidence that the team at Prime Creative Media are well placed to take on these titles, and continue their development.”

The two companies have already started on the acquisition process, to limit any disruption to readers or advertisers.

For any questions on the acquisition, please contact:

John Murphy, Managing Director

Brad Buchanan, Chief Operating Officer

Christine Clancy, Publisher

About Prime Creative Media

Prime Creative Media is Australia’s leading business-to-business publishing company. The team publishes mastheads that serve a broad range of industries including manufacturing, mining, commercial transport, rail, education and more. Prime Creative Media is a multi-platform publisher, committed to connecting our clients with key decision makers.