IRPT members recognized nationally and now globally.

Thanks to its long-lasting relationship with Inland Rivers, Ports & Terminals, Site Selection Magazine has put IRPT Members on the map!

IRPT Members have experienced our relentless pursuit to have our Members recognized nationally and now they are being recognized globally.

In addition to Site Selection Magazine’s port and foreign trade zone directory, they have now added a direct link to IRPT’s website “to find information and maps of inland river ports and terminals in the U.S.”. Please access the page here:

If you are not a member of IRPT yet, you are truly missing out on opportunities. To become a member, please find an application here.

Site Selection’s editorial mission is to publish information for expansion planning decision-makers — CEOs, corporate real estate executives and facility planners, human resource managers and consultants to corporations. Their goal is to help the expansion planner do their job better with the information they need!

A quick scan of Site Selection reveals that they are a different kind of development publication. Here’s what sets them apart:

  • Focus on the CEO: More than 50% of subscribers are the highest-level managers and decision makers.
  • Take a global view. The world knows no boundaries when it comes to plant location. A typical site search for a multi-national firm (and an increasing number of medium-sized firms) might consider Malaysia, Mexico or Mississippi. They research and write every major report from a global perspective and distribute the magazine to a select audience of corporate decision-makers around the world.
  • Important connections. Site Selection is the official publication of the
    Industrial Asset Management Council (IAMC).
  • Information-based. Site Selection is a true database publication designed for the information age. Conway Data invests in massive databases that enables them to report what’s happening, where and why. Each issue of Site Selection reports the findings of our original surveys.

They have “keep quality”. Site Selection is the only periodical in the development field indexed by H.W. Wilson and the Business Periodicals Index, and they are the only publication in the field that is found in libraries around the world. Surveys have shown that subscribers typically save Site Selection for a year, and some keep their issues for up to five years!