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Site Selection's Qualified Circulation

 

According to the December 2023 Circulation Statement from BPA, Site Selection magazine delivers a Total Qualified Circulation of 41,700 subscribers.

Here is who they are:

  • 27,333 (65.4 percent) are representatives of manufacturing companies.
  • 26,997 (64.6 percent) are CEO's, partners, chairmen, presidents or owners.
  • 28,302 (67.8 percent) represent companies of 100 or more employees.
  • 10,573 (25.3 percent) represent companies of 500 or more employees.
  • 3,078 represent the food & kindred products industry.
  • 1,268 represent the plastics industry.
  • 4,905 represent the metal products industry.
  • 3,758 represent the machinery industry.
  • 1,401 represent the automotive industry.
  • 2,657 represent biotech & pharmaceutical manufacturing.
  • 4,705 represent electronics and IT.
  • 4,760 are based in California.
  • 3,004 are based in Texas.
  • 2,050 are based in New York.
  • 1,960 are based in Pennsylvania.
  • 2,113 are based in Ohio.
  • 1,728 are based in Florida.
  • 1,249 are based in North Carolina.
  • 2,207 are based in Illinois.
  • 1,536 are International (non-US)

In addition to the above numbers, 640 recipients are members of the Industrial Asset Management Council (IAMC), which includes senior-level decision-makers from Amazon Web Services, Caterpillar, BASF Corporation, Lockheed Martin, Thermo Fisher, Weyerhaeuser Company and many, many other large industrial companies*.

If you want your unique marketing message to capture the attention of high-level corporate site selectors who can bring a large industrial project to you area, Site Selection magazine delivers.*

For information on how you can expose your marketing message to this audience, call your Site Selection account executive today at 1-800-554-5686.

*Publisher's own data

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