Prime Creative Media is excited to announce it has acquired MHD Supply Chain Solutions and Transport and Logistics News from Intermedia. As of 22 July, the logistics publication, along with its sister web site and enewsletter, will be published out of Prime Creative Media’s Sydney office.
For more than 40 years, MHD Supply Chain Solutions has been bringing its readers leading-edge supply chain magazine information. Its distribution list includes individual subscribers as well as supply chain and logistics associations APICS, SCLAA, and CILTA.
“We have long admired the work of these publications in informing Australian logistics professionals,” says John Murphy, CEO of Prime Creative Media. “We look forward to bringing the products, as well as the talented team members, into the Prime Creative Media family, and further building upon its success. For more than two decades we have focused on growing the transport and logistics sector, and these titles fit well to support this purpose.”
MHD and Transport and Logistics News will join Prime Creative Media’s current category-leading multi-platform media brands Logistics and Materials Handling, CRT News, Prime Mover, Diesel Magazine, Trailer Magazine, Roads and Infrastructure, Australian Bulk Handling Review, and Rail Express.
“We are proud to continue to invest in new platforms, to provide our clients with unprecedented reach and connections into these markets,” says Mr. Murphy. “Since we were founded, we have grown by investing in technology, platforms, and people who are all focused on growing our clients and their industries. Our history has proven our long-term investment in these industries, and we look forward to continuing to support the growth of the logistics sector.”
MHD and Transport and Logistics News will come on board as Official Media Partners for MEGATRANS2020, the leading international supply chain and logistics event taking place from 1 – 3 April in Melbourne 2020. MHD and Transport and Logistics News will play an important role in partnering on this event, informing its content and promoting it to a highly suitable audience.