Statlistics manages Product Design & Development subscriber file

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Statlistics was appointed list manager for Product Design & Development Magazine.

The file is comprised of 139,146 individuals at a base price of $150/M.

Product Design & Development Magazine covers products, trends and applications from a design engineer perspective. It provides coverage of the new technology, systems, materials and components, and is read by decision-makers in manufacturing fields.

Subscribers to the publication are responsible for selecting new technologies, components and materials to create products for both industrial and consumer applications. The majority of readers engage in product or system design engineering, research and development or project and engineering management as part of their job function.

Statlistics, Danbury, CT, also manages Product Design & Development Magazine's e-mail list. It includes 47,414 e-mail addresses and is available at $410/M.

The publication's Web site at www.pddnet.com features e-mail newsletters, a product directory and a buyer's guide in addition to content from the print magazine.

The magazine is published by Rockaway, NJ-based Advantage Business Media. Other titles from the publisher include The Process Engineer, Products for Industry, R&D and Drug Discovery & Development.

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