export & import Southern Africa magazine was first sent to press in 2001 in response to a growing demand by both industry and applicable governing bodies for a monthly publication dedicated to Southern Africa’s diverse trading environment.
The publication serves to highlight, in a professional and responsible manner, the trends and many associated issues influencing Southern Africa’s trade with the world.
export & import Southern Africa is widely accepted as the authoritative publication in its field. This user-friendly magazine, in A4 gloss format, provides readers with an informative, reliable, and practical source for news, education and training, law, insurance and finance updates within:
• Local and international trade
• The cold chain
• Supply chain
• Transportation (all modes)
• Materials handling
Both online and in print, export & import Southern Africa's readership consists primarily of manufacturers and producers of goods for export, as well as those companies directly involved in the processes that facilitate trade with this country.
Current circulation, which is monitored and adapted by our dedicated in-house department, consists largely of key decision-makers of the above-mentioned companies and associated organisations.
As a vital cog in Southern Africa’s trading wheel, we encourage you to promote your company’s products and services in the correct way, the correct place, and with the correct level of service in export & import Southern Africa. Cost-effective advertising rates, a medium that is open to adaptation and an editorial platform that reflects this country’s interests will ensure that your business receives the marketing attention it deserves.
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