Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery has reported on ships’ engineering systems for 33 years. First published in 1979, the journal is recognised globally as the leading international publication for the fleet director - reporting on all technical and operational aspects of commercial vessels. Marine Propulsion has earned the respect of the industry both through the range of engineering subjects, and the depth of coverage given to these subjects. Coupled together with a very large international circulation, this combination makes the journal a favourite medium for companies to market their products and services.
Marine Propulsion is written and edited by two marine engineers, both with many years of seagoing and shore-based engineering experience that's used extensively to provide valuable insight and put the features they write into context. This editorial team offers the journal and its many subscribers something quite unique in today's world of publishing.
Subscribers to Marine Propulsion also benefit from receiving the four supplements published over the course of a year. Worldwide Turbocharger Guide, Ballast Water Treatment Technology and two issues of Future Marine Fuels and Lubes allow us to cover these subjects in much greater depth. And, if China is a market for you, you'll be interested to know that Marine Propulsion is also published annually in Mandarin, with advertisers in the August/September issue receiving an advert, translated and inserted into the Chinese language edition, free of charge.
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