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  About journal "Metal"


"Metal" is one of the leading business magazines of Ukraine for all participants of the metal & metallurgical market.

"Metal" was founded in 1999 and is published in co-operation with the Ukrainian National Research and Information Center DERZHZOVNISHINFORM under the Ministry of Economy of Ukraine.

"Metal" is published monthly, and is made for specialists, managers and decision makers of metallurgical plants, steel mills, rolling mills, tube and wire producers, machine engineering companies, manufacturers and suppliers of raw materials, metal trading companies, branch institutes, bodies of the government, associations, investment establishment and banks.

"Metal" is main media partner of Ukraine´s largest and most important international specialised exhibition with conference METAL-FORUM of UKRAINE in Kiev. "Metal" is also media partner of East Europe´s largest branch event the international specialized exhibition "METAL-EXPO" in Moscow. Furthermore "Metal" is media partner of other branch events in Ukraine like "Machinery. Metallurgy" in Zaporizhya, "Metallurgy Ukraine" in Donetsk, and the International Industrial Forum in Kiev.

"Metal" informs about:
economical and industrial politics, problems and perspectives of the mining and metal industry, current market situation in Ukraine und worlwide, important branch news, companies news, new equipment and technologies, prices and statistics.

"Metal" became a winner of the "Best publication about new products and innovation" award of the All-Ukrainian contest Metal-Progress in 2005 and in 2006.


size: 210 mm wide, 280 mm high
volume: up to 100 pages
printing process: full colour printing
published: monthly, 12 times a year
circulation: 2,000 copies
language: Russian / Ukrainian
distribution: subscription, additional distribution at specialised exhibitions, trade fairs, conferences and other events of the metal industry
geography: Ukraine, Russia, Germany, Austria, China, Poland, Slovakia, Belarus