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International Tug & Salvage


Riviera recently purchased the International Tug & OSV magazine and merged it together with its own Tug Technology & Business magazine creating the undisputed number one bi-monthly magazine for the Harbour Tug, Towage and Salvage industries.

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International Tug & Salvage (IT&S) meets the 21st century information needs of commercial, operational and technical management within tug operators worldwide and keeps those responsible for tug services in ports and terminals updated with the latest international developments. IT&S offers an independent perspective on innovations and emerging solutions and takes a uniquely in-depth look at the needs of the end users of tug services.


IT&S provides an overview of the entire industry, covering the activities of the towage and salvage operators, the vessels themselves, the designs of these, the yards that build them and the specialised equipment used.

  • IT&S is an excellent channel to market through to influence prominent decision-makers.
  • IT&S is distributed at major industry events globally.
  • IT&S maintains an 18,000+ database of people involved in the tug, towage and salvage industries in 144 countries.
  • IT&S has enjoyed substantial recognition worldwide for more than 26 years.
  • IT&S is published six times, in print and digital formats and read by a worldwide audience of over 11,000 members of the ITS Global Community.

IT&S is published by the same team that organises the highly successful biennial ITS Convention & Exhibition.


Key Facts:


• Each issue is circulated to 11,000 tug professionals (4,000 print, 7,000 digital)**

• 66% of the readership are shipowners, operators, managers, ports & terminal operators**

70% of the readership have key purchasing roles**



Global Reach:


Reader analysis by geographical breakdown**

** Publisher’s statement

2021 Features

Additional Distribution

January / February

  • Regional focus: Asia & Australasia
  • Propulsion: Engines
  • Deck Machinery & equipment
  • Oceangoing and project towage
  • Ice operations
  • Tug designers

March / April

  • Regional focus: Mediterranean & North Africa
  • Propulsion: gensets
  • Fire-fighting & pollution control
  • Automation & control
  • Navigation & electronics
  • Inland towage


May / June

  • Regional focus: Central & South America
  • Propulsion: hybrid & electric
  • Training & simulation
  • Port development & operations
  • Hull coatings & maintenance
  • Communications systems

July / August

  • Regional focus: Middle East
  • Propulsion: thrusters & propellers
  • Lubricants and fuels
  • Classification societies
  • Insurance & legal
  • Tug designers

Sea Asia, Singapore

Seatrade Offshore Marine & Workboats Middle East, Dubai


September / October

  • Regional focus: Northern Europe
  • Propulsion: alternative fuels
  • Sustainability & performance monitoring
  • Automation & Control
  • Deck technology
  • Tug builders

Europort, Rotterdam

Maritime Hybrid & Electric Conference, Bergen

Maritime Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Conference, Bergen


November / December

  • Regional focus: North America
  • Propulsion: Transmission
  • Inland waterways
  • Safety & security
  • Digitalisation
  • Underwater services

International Workboat Show, New Orleans

Marintec, Shanghai

Maritime Hybrid & Electric Conference, Seattle


TugWorld Review

This issue will feature the most notable vessels that have been delivered or ordered during the last 12 months, with GA drawings.










Regular Features include:

  • Tug Deliveries - Round up of the latest completions and deliveries, with profiles of key newbuildings
  • New Orders & Contracts - Overview of recent orders and contracts, with orderbook data and analysis
  • Green Technology - Covering the latest in Tug technology and legislation to reduce the sector’s footprint
  • Salvage - Reports on incidents, technology, equipment, law and topical discussions
  • Operator Profile - Tug owner executives discuss their strategies in exclusive interviews
  • Tug Terminal Operations - Covering the latest in tug design, construction and operation for terminal support
  • Harbour Towage - Overview of the latest business and technology in port operations
  • Engineroom & Propulsion - Updates on engines, fuels, thrusters, hybrid technology and fuel cells
  • Equipment & Services Update - A round-up of the latest on-board equipment and services
  • Market Trends - Summary of market trends in charts and infographics




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Please contact your sales representative for further information and bespoke pricing

Indrit Kruja

Brand Manager

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e: indrit.kruja@rivieramm.com

Kym Tan

Head of Sales – Asia

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Kaara Barbour

Southeast Asia & Australasia

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e: kaara.barbour@rivieramm.com

Rigzin Angdu

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e: rigzin.angdu@rivieramm.com

Your Editorial Representatives:

Martyn Wingrove


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e: martyn.wingrove@rivieramm.com

John Snyder

Managing Editor

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e: john.snyder@rivieramm.com

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