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Award-winning Editorial

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Industrial Engineer praised as an industry showstopper

Since 1995, Industrial Engineer magazine has won awards in editorial and design excellence from Folio, the Magazine Association of the Southeast and the American Society of Business Publication Editors. The magazine’s mission is to provide useful, timely and thought-provoking content that addresses the broad spectrum of industrial engineering practice in all industries. Our specialized and sophisticated content goes through a rigorous process before being shared with a worldwide base of members. Being recognized by important publishing associations strengthens the general public’s interest in the field of industrial engineering and enhances the credibility of our editors, staff writers and contributors. Whether addressing supply chain efforts in international disaster response, the value of lean production methods, ergonomics planning in service facilities, enterprise transformation management, or Six Sigma applied to health systems, the magazine provides in-depth news that has garnered dozens of awards in categories such as Best Feature Writing or Reporting, Best Cover Design, Best Cover Story, Best Column and General Excellence. Approximate print circulation 10,019 and approximate digital circulation 14,599.

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Industrial Management’s contemporary edge

Engineering managers lead by example. Their management methods aren’t just cultivated in the boardroom among fellow leaders. Many of them spend a great deal of time on the shop floor, in the distribution centers, in the RFID laboratories and in benchmarking sessions at other companies around the world and then share their findings with us. Published six times a year, Industrial Management speaks to various types of managers with topics that will not be found in Inc. or Business Week. High-level topics like gaining a supply chain advantage overseas, executing a strategy that incorporates sustainability, logistics engineering that sells, designing a manufacturing hub, and assembling cross-cultural teams at multinational companies are explored by bestselling authors, chief executive officers and performance consultants from around the world. Approximate print circulation 786 and approximate digital circulation 786.

 

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Contact Hope Teague at (770) 349-1127 or hteague@iienet.org.

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