Have you seen Torque’s brand new digital magazine, covering the fastener, tool and related industries? Click here to read it today.
Did you know that you can read the magazine in English, German or Italian, covering key international markets? And did you know that the new digital magazine is responsive, so it will look great whether you read it on a desktop PC or Mac, smartphone, an iPad/tablet or Smart TV?
Don’t forget that you can subscribe for free to the magazine that incorporates pictures, videos and interactive innovative features. And the fact that Torque Magazine is now being published ten times a year, with five print magazines and five of these new enhanced digital magazines.
Please allow us to take you through some of the clever features and the companies that we have in this brand new version of the magazine…
We’ve squeezed seven stories in our news section. Simply scroll through to read about hot button topics like Brexit and Donald Trump, as well as news from industry businesses like TR Fastenings, Pecol, Reynaers, DART and Travis Perkins.
What industry events are going on and where? We’ve got all the info and the links in one handy place.
We bring you video and insights into Gesipa’s recently completed Demonstration Centre at its HQ near Frankfurt. Simply scroll through to read and view more.
From the show floor, we report on 20+ exhibitors. As you scroll down the page words and pictures will pop up, on ND Industries, Apex Supply Chain Tech, Brighton Best, Rivet Eyelet, Kant Fasteners, AVK, Global Vision Eyewear, Fischer and many more.
We’ve more video content for you from this UK-based manufacturer of non-standard and special bolting, taking you inside Smith Bullough’s manufacturing HQ.
As you might expect, we’ve got extensive coverage of our own show. Scroll down the page for testimonials, then a ten picture slideshow from the networking Gala-Dinner, the fastener and tool winners of the Innovation Zone and three stories from the show, featuring Aerosol Solutions, Bralo and TIMco.
Torque got an invite to the official opening of Norbar’s new 120,000 sq ft facility. We came back with words, pictures and videos from the launch, which you can dig into by scrolling down the page.
Move through this feature to see pics and words on Keyence, Norma, Lee Springs, Gesipa, Böllhoff, Phillips Screw Co, Staytite, Scott Bader, Würth, Francis Kirk, Spiralock and Snapitscrew.
How best to explain and demonstrate a new product to thousands of readers in one go? Thanks to the world of digital, we take you through this latest launch from Brighton Best International with some bite-sized fact-packed copy, backed by clear pictures and a video from BBI explaining the new launch.
SHOW SPECIAL: Fastener firms from Italy
If you didn’t make it to Fastener Fair in Milan, or if you did but are looking for a reminder, then we’ve got an in-depth report from the show. Simply scroll through to get insights on the exhibitors and quotes from key figures at the show, featuring Bralo, Fastbolt, Heico Italia, Kaleliler, SIPA, UBK, VIPA, Viteria Fusani, Viti, Vorpa, VVG and Fasten.It.
If your business is more tools-based and you’ve already seen our Norbar feature (see above) then get to our Toolfair round-up, with tit-bits of inside info like the fact, for example, that Wiha’s torque tool range is currently being expanded. There’s also info and pics from Dickies, DART, Flex and last but not least, Draper.
Sticking with tools, we look at some of the brands offering ratchet spanners and socket wrenches to the industry, including Knightool, Stahlwille, Newsome Tools and Sealey. Simply click on the names at the foot of the page to find out about their ranges. And there’s more tool content in our Taiwan Hardware Show feature just over the digital page.
What else? There’s a Socket Screws & Hexagon Bolts special where we profile Fabory’s line-up. We’ve a preview of 2017’s Torque-Expo Singapore (complete with video insights into the venue and locale). Then we’ve two longer opinion pieces from industry experts covering the rise of B2B online transactions and getting your staff on board with new technology – there’s plenty to get your teeth into.
Finally there’s a look at business statistics and insights – simply click on the + signs to read more on these bite-sized individual statistics.
And that’s it for the debut digital Torque Magazine.
You can subscribe for free to Torque Magazine or contact the sales staff to see how you can take advantage of the digital opportunities in future editions of the magazine, on +44 (0) 1727 739160 or via firstname.lastname@example.org.