Container Management (cm) has been published for more than 30 years serving the port, terminal, intermodal and container handling equipment industries worldwide.
In June 2005 the magazine came under new ownership when the experienced team of Marie-Anne Hoffer, Sid Cass and Stuart Fryer joined up to invest in the magazine and take it to the next stage. Since that time, a continuous programme of increasing effort and resources in the title has resulted in it becoming the leading publication in its field with an acknowledged superior service for both readers and advertisers.
Delivering the news that matters to the people that matter
In a rapidly evolving market and with the global economy still hard to predict, key industry decision makers need reliable, up-to-the-minute news from a well-informed, dependable and trustworthy source. For more than 30 years cm has been that source.
cm readers respect us as a truly independent publication with an impartial editorial approach and a reputation that we are proud to maintain.
In every issue the cm team of renowned expert writers produce thorough, careful analyses of new products and improvements in cargo handling methods, along with terminal development and industry trends across a range of subjects relevant to global ports, terminals and shipping. To reflect a changing industry, 2014 sees our feature list swell to include: dry ports, logistics and warehousing, container coatings and floorings and container handling safety.
In each issue we take an in-depth look at a particular noteworthy company in our Business Profile, establishing where it has come from, where it is going and considering the factors that made it a success. In our celebrated and far-reaching 1-2-1 Interviews we take a candid look at the person behind the job, revealing how key industry players see themselves and what they are like outside the office.
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Unrivalled analyses of changing trends in the global marketplace
Specialist features and supplements in each issue of cm track current and future trends across countries and continents as market forces change the balance of the global economy.
- Regional focus
- Latin America
- World Top Container