About Industrial Machinery Digest

Industrial Machinery Digest | IMD is the Industry’s Most Extensive Industrial Publication.

Industrial Machinery Digest, IMD, Established in 1986, is a national monthly B2B trade publication that serves the owners and managers of America’s most diversified job shops, machine shops, OEM / MRO, contract manufacturers, and production line manufacturing. This dedicated metalworking audience is the driving force behind U.S. manufacturing. Our readership is audited with UCC data filings (Uniform Commercial Code) by state.

This accurate and formulated readership provides us with the most active buyers in the market today. Our readers of Industrial Machinery Digest can access each issue by print, digital, and Mobile devices each month, and 24-7 by accessing the IMD bookshelf on the Industrial Machinery Digest website. We continue to update and inform our readers daily with information by posting to our website portal and archives. Our goal is to provide a longer shelf life each month. We tag, post, then archive each of our twelve (12) monthly issues and the four (4) Quarterly Digital issues with 24-7 access from our IMD website bookshelf.

Industrial Machinery Digest print and digital issue examples
IMD Print and Digital Issues

In addition to the Twelve (12) monthly issues, we publish four (4) IMD Quarterly Digital Product and Solution Issue Guides each year. This IMD | digital solution approach reaches our full 30,000+ growing readers in real time offering new products and solutions for today’s diversified manufacturers and job shops, machine shops, production-line manufacturing, OEMs/MROs, and others in today’s dynamic metalworking market segments. This gives Industrial Machinery Customers, Consumers, and Buyers a true 360° Information source for the decision-making process. In addition to our Business-to-Business qualified audience, Industrial Machinery Digest participates and distributes our publications to an average of 30 national and regional trade shows each year, giving our clients maximum exposure in the North American Manufacturing Market.