Canon adds four publications to Statlistics relationship

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Canon Communications has turned over list management for the publications Design News, Electronic Design News, Packaging Digest and Test & Measurement World to Statlistics. It recently acquired the titles from Reed Business Information. Canon and Statlistics have worked together for two years.

Packaging Digest covers machinery, materials and technology used to package food, pharmaceuticals, personal care and other consumer and industrial products. Ninety-seven percent of readers have purchase authority. The 121,342-universe list is available beginning at $175/M.

Design News is an engineering news and applications magazine featuring design application stories on the latest technologies. Special issues focus on automation, aerospace, automotive and medical technology. Most subscribers work for plants of 100 or more employees. The 194,241-universe list is available beginning at $175/M.

Electronic Design News reaches engineering decision-makers in North America responsible for electronics expenditures. The 177,047-universe list is available beginning at $175/M.

Test & Measurement World reaches executive-level electronics engineers in the worldwide electronics test and measurement marketplace. The 94,518-universe list is available beginning at $175/M.

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