AMTIL has just released the Media Kits for AMT Magazine and our online services for 2017 and can be viewed on our website.

The AMT Media Kit lays out all the opportunities available for companies wishing to promote their businesses via advertising in the magazine. Advertising rates for next year have been held at 2016 levels, with prices having only risen by 5% since 2011.

“AMT remains the number-one industry-trusted magazine for manufacturing in Australia,” says Anne Samuelsson, AMTIL Sales Manager. “It’s still the most reliable, effective way to promote your products and services and reach the key decision-makers in our industry. I’m very proud to be able to say we offer the industry’s lowest rates for advertising, offering the best value for your marketing dollars.”

In addition to advertising options, the AMT Media Kit also details our editorial plans for 2017, with a full list of our upcoming features for each issue. While many of the regular product and industry features will be making their return as expected, the year to come will also see several new categories of coverage.

“We took a long hard look at our coverage for next year and how we might freshen it up a bit,” says AMT Editor William Poole. “So alongside our usual features we’ve got things like the State Spotlight, which will look into what’s going on in manufacturing around the country by focusing on one state each issue. And we’ve got some exciting special features lined up too, such as Industry 4.0, in the first issue of the year.”

The Online Media Kit sets out the marketing opportunities available through AMTIL’s ever-growing array of digital platforms. AMTIL has restructured its Digital Online Banner Packages to take better advantage of targeted areas of the AMTIL Website that attract more traffic than other areas. And with the Austech 2017 exhibition coming up in May, history tells us our website traffic will double from September onwards. Packages can be booked on a month to month basis or for a longer term to suit your needs.

“There is a great opportunity for our audience to get on board our print and digital options to best promote their business, especially now things are revving up for Austech,” adds Samuelsson. “As businesses needs vary, packaging up an option specific to each company is going to be vital in providing them with better value for their spend. In 2017, combining print and online options is definitely the way to go. Bookings are already open, and from the enquiries coming through, I expect a year of solid bookings in both AMT and our digital options.”

For further information about advertising opportunities either in AMT Magazine or via AMTIL’s online services, please contact AMTIL Sales Manager Anne Samuelsson by emailing To submit editorial or discuss our article ideas, contact AMT’s Editor William Poole at