Australian Manufacturing Technology magazine is a bi-monthly magazine published by AMTIL and distributed to over 7000 people nationally. AMT is a magazine by the industry for the industry, providing detailed coverage of all aspects of advanced precision manufacturing, with a special focus on metal machinery, cutting and fabrication. AMT provides information, education and support to the manufacturing technology industry and therefore supporting AMTIL members in their business interests.
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We have identified our critical success factors to be excellent quality editorial content, a fully maintained and relevant circulation list, advertising rates that provide the best value to advertisers and a high level of customer service. AMTIL will ensure that these qualities of the magazine are upheld at all times.
“The trade magazine that Industry supports”
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AMTIL and the AMT magazine deliver targeted and industry specific articles to all the right decision makers. Well done and keep up the high standards.
Andrew Smith, Managing Director, MTI Qualos
We use Austech for pretty much brand recognition
– to get our name out there. What we’ve found this
Austech is that people have been coming through
the stand saying we’ve been seeing your ads in the
magazine, so we thought we’d come and have a
look at the products. We still get people coming out
of curiosity to have a look at what we’ve been
advertising. We can attribute a lot of this to AMT.
It justifies the expense!
Martin Calvert OSG Australia