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Media Partners of the Association are authorised to use the MHEA Media Partner logo. They join a professionally diverse network that also provides access to a wealth of business-enhancing resources; industry-level promotion; networking opportunities; representation at events and conferences; knowledge sharing and best practice; education and professional development.



The MHEA’s Media Partners are organisations within the industry who compliment the membership and therefore creates a stronger MHEA overall.

MHEA Media Partners:

Agg-Net is a specialist publishing and exhibition company that serves the quarrying, recycling and natural stone industries. Publishing  Quarry Management which is the official journal of the Institute of Quarrying.



Bulk Inside is the leading global business resource and website for powder and bulk solids handling professionals. They provide the information in formats you require. Since 2010, they have been providing industrial professionals with the latest innovations, case studies, and the most comprehensive equipment guide in solids handling, in a variety of markets.

ASHES magazine brings the latest industry news and thinking from around the globe together in one publication. ASHES is a platform to showcase and promote exciting developments in the world of ash. Subscribe for FREE and receive your PRINTED COPY, delivered to your address. ASHES magazine complements the AshTrans Global Conference and keeps you connected with the Ash sector through the year.


World Cement Magazine provides Global coverage of the cement industry. Covering international cement news, Regional reports, comprehensive Market analysis, Event previews and reviews, in-depth technical articles and regional analysis by key players in the industry and comprehensive technical reviews on all aspects of cement production, from the quarry face to despatch.


International Cement Review (ICR) delivers unrivalled business insight, market knowledge and technical expertise to the global cement industry. Whether you are involved in the production, trade or distribution of cement, clinker and allied products, ICR provides industry and country reports, technical studies, informed commentary and a wealth of market data. Keep up with the latest trends, from alternative fuels to digitalisation, plus unrivalled market coverage and in-depth industry reports.

Process Industry Informer, launched in 1994 originally as Process Products, is the “biggest” publication serving the process industries of the UK and Ireland.

As the name implies, we look to publish information that has relevance to, and influence on, the process industries.

This information is reflected through News, Applications & Case Studies, Product Introductions & Updates, Industry Comment and impartial Editorial Articles that relate to topics, subjects and legislation that have bearing on the process industries.

Principally this revolves around seven major processing activities of which Solids Handling & Processing is one. The others are Process Management, Process Engineering, Process Control & Automation, Process Instrumentation, Fluids & Liquids Processing & Handling and Packaging.

They circulate just under 16,000 copies throughout the UK & Ireland and Process Industry Informer is also available universally via our website which includes many useful information sources and details of our advertising options and rates.


Dry Cargo International (DCi) is the only monthly magazine covering the dry bulk industry.


It is essential reading for all senior executives and decision-makers in the industry, and is the leading source of vital market information.


The publication owes its success to an innovative approach to the provision of key information on the global dry market in an accurate, comprehensive and timely manner.


It does so by understanding and responding to the needs of today’s senior executives and decision-makers.




The premier source of technical and analytical information for the dry bulk sector. Providing in-depth analysis for the dry bulk sector.


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