Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide Relaunching Print Edition

Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide, which has covered the large engine and gas turbine markets for more than half a century, will be returning to its print roots in 2020. Founded in 1969, it was available as a print magazine until 2016, when it went to a website-only version (www.dieselgasturbine.com). Beginning in 2020, the publication will return as a quarterly print magazine.

“It’s somewhat unusual to see a print magazine develop from a website,” said Trevor Pease, president and COO of KHL Americas, a subsidiary of KHL Group, owner of Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide. “The website enjoys a strong following with excellent traffic and the companion e-newsletter has nearly 35,000 opt-in subscribers.

“At the same time, the market kept asking about the print magazine and wanted it back. So beginning next year, Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide will return.”

Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide will continue to cover large engine and gas turbine technology and applications in power generation, marine propulsion, oil & gas and rail. It will also feature market trends, new products and interviews with industry leaders, as well as the highly-anticipated annual Order Surveys, which represent some of the few remaining neutral sources of market data available at no charge.

Along with the print magazine, the Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide website will continue to provide news and industry information up to the minute, while the e-newsletter will be available weekly in 2020.

Jack Burke, who has more than 20 years’ reporting and editing experience, will continue to lead the magazine’s editorial coverage, while industry veteran Gabriele Dinsel will be sales manager for the Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide portfolio. Burke is based in the U.S. and Dinsel in Germany, underscoring the continued global reach of the publication.

Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide has a rich history and a loyal readership — one that has followed us from print to digital and now back to print,” Burke said. “Our mission is to honor both that history and loyalty with content that helps our readers better grapple with the challenges they face in an ever-changing marketplace.”

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