UV+EB Technology Magazine to Debut in March
Peterson Publications, Inc., Topeka, KS, and RadTech International North America, Bethesda, MD, announce the launch of a new magazine – UV+EB Technology – in March 2015. The magazine will cover the rapidly expanding ultraviolet and electron beam curing technology industries. “UV and EB technologies continue to grow in a variety of applications and throughout a diverse group of industries,” said Mickey Fortune, senior director of marketing & business development at RadTech. “This new magazine will focus on emerging trends and new applications in the UV and EB community.”
UV+EB Technology will include application case studies, industry news, new product announcements and more, expanding upon the former RadTech Report magazine, which published its final issue in December 2014. “The new magazine will stay true to its roots – with full dedication to the technical aspects of ultraviolet and electron beam curing processes – as directed by the Editorial Board of RadTech,” Fortune said.
UV+EB Technology will reach an estimated 24,000 readers every quarter – a broad audience of end-users, formulators, raw material suppliers and service providers – through a printed publication and a digital edition, as well as monthly ENewsletters and a website. “We are very excited to partner with RadTech and to assist them in bringing their technical content to a broader audience,” said Jeff Peterson, president of Peterson Publications. “There simply will not be a more targeted publication for companies involved in UV and/or EB curing processes.”
Current members of RadTech will automatically receive the new magazine as a membership benefit. Free subscriptions are available for nonmembers who qualify at www.uvebtechnology.com. To request a Media Planner or learn more about advertising opportunities, call 785.271.5801 or email email@example.com.
RadTech International North America is a nonprofit trade association dedicated to promoting the use and development of UV and EB processing, which eliminates pollutants and offers energy savings, greater productivity, higher yields and the opportunity for improved, new or unique products.
Peterson Publications, Inc. is a Kansas-based publisher of niche-market magazines, including Converting Quarterly, Plastics Business, Plastics Decorating, PostPress (formerly The Binding Edge and InsideFinishing magazines) and American Mold Builder.