TLMW newswire service is a dedicated news distribution service for those wishing to send press releases to the trade, technical and national press within the maritime, freight, distribution, supply chain and materials handling sectors. Our database contains thousands of editorial contacts, searchable by industry, location, media type and media outlet including key blogers.
There is no long-term contract. This is a totally pay as you go service, but with the added benefit of discounted prices for a commitment to distribute three or six releases in a 12 month period.
When it comes to distributing your news, we’ve made it easy for you to target your key audiences by geography or sector/s. Our database for air, haulage, freight, logistics, maritime, materials handling, ports, warehousing, supply chain, both printed and online plus key bloggers.
Geography splits are Europe, North America, Asia including China and Worldwide.
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Other services we can provide are:
- Features planning – bespoke forward features plan
- Video press releases
- PR support
- Media management
- Media training
- Exhibition design and management, PR support
- Marketing – design and production including writing
- Publications – design, writing and publication
- Social Media – planning and implementation
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As the interconnector of global trade shipping facilitates every other part of the economy, and decision making around low-carbon pathways in other transport modes and industries will both influence and constrain decarbonisation in shipping.
Whatever the outcomes at UNFCCC Conference of Parties (COP21) in Paris the shipping sector faces a huge challenge of rapid decarbonisation. Clear emission reduction goals and unequivicol [ More ].
ESC Global Security (ESCGS) has welcomed the decision by the Contact Group for Piracy off the Coast of Somalia to reduce the size of the Indian Ocean High Risk Area, but warns the review could lead to a flood of weapons on to the black market as more PMSCs go bust.
ESCGS Chief Operating Officer Madis Madalik said: “The geographical reduction [ More ].