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Russell Publishing Limited was incorporated in 1992 by its dynamic founder, Ian Russell. The company has remained fiercely independent from day one, when it was based in the City of London.
We produce a wide-range of magazines, websites, events & conferences for the Rail, Transport, Pharmaceutical, Food Manufacturing, Airport & FX-MM sectors.
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1 of our coming eventsDigital Rail Revolution 2018 , Paris, France
Address: Court Lodge, Hogtrough Hill, Brasted, Kent TN16 1NU United Kingdom
Russell Publishing’s first publication was FX-MM, servicing the fast moving foreign exchange and money markets space, as it does to this day. In 1994, the expanding workforce embarked on the production of European Railway Review, the first of a series of successful launches into the B2B sector. Setting an eye-catching standard with the impressive speed of a young, energetic team, the railway title soon established itself at the forefront of the European-wide mass transport market’s magazines of choice. Thereafter, European Pharmaceutical Review was launched in 1996, when again, responding to the needs of greater office space, RPL moved to London’s West End from where International Airport Review (1997) and New Food (1998) came into being. By this time – with an enhanced in-house production and editorial capability – the company was also able to fulfil an increasing series of yearbooks, directories, conference literature and a variety of one-off, bespoke publishing projects.
Always looking to grow and support our current complement of titles we launched Eurotransport(2003) and International Sustainable Energy Review (2007). 2014 will see a launch into the Pharamceutical arena with an exciting new brand complimenting The European Pharmaceutical Review.
Russell Publishing continues to innovate and grow; its conference arm, having started in earnest in 2005, has now expanded beyond the Kent site to a satellite office in Cambridge, and we now deliver over 10 events annually.