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 bloggers.
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
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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Latest News on TLMWnewswire
2015/02/26 - MAERSK TRIPLE-E VESSEL BREAKS RECORD FOR LARGEST SHIP TO SAIL ON THAMES DURING DP WORLD LONDON GATEWAY CALL / 18,300 TEU Munkebo Maersk calls just months after Edith Maersk
London, UK, 26th February 2015:- The Munkebo Maersk became the largest ship to ever sail up the River Thames as it called at DP World London Gateway, the UK’s newest deep-sea port hub today.
The 399 metre long, 60 metre wide, 195,000 ton Triple-E class vessel – equivalent in length to almost four football pitches – and capable of carrying more [ More ].
2015/02/19 - Drumjohn Power Station all geared up for the future
A remote hydroelectric power station in Scotland has geared up for the future with a full replacement of an old manual powered crane with a new electric system from Street CraneXpress.
The Drumjohn Power Station crane used to maintain the plant’s generators was a manual system using steel chains and pulleys that had been installed more than 30 years ago as [ More ].