Established in 2000, MESA’s leading monthly magazines Middle East Plant & Equipment, Middle East Trucks & Transport and Africa Plant & Equipment helps connect buyers & sellers to thousands of potential customers in the Middle East & Africa.
It has a circulation in excess of 63,000 and carries adverts in both English & Arabic. Over 28,000 readers in the GCC (Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, UAE and Oman) alone.
The monthly magazines are mailed direct to contractors, end users & key decision makers involved in the Middle East & African NEW & USED equipment and trucks market.
Fabric Digital Agency in Bahrain was established in 2011, as a small energetic website design agency hailing from the beautiful island of Bahrain with its think tank in London. Fabric Digital Agency is a creative & collaborative playground of web designers and developers fully packed with experience gained from studios in the Middle East & the UK.
Gulf Construction is the undisputed leading trade journal for the building and construction industries of Saudi Arabia and the other Gulf states. The magazine provides editorial coverage on a wide range of topics which are of interest to industry professionals. In addition, regular features highlight technological developments within specific industry fields.
Launched more than 30 years ago, the magazine has established an enviable reputation as an authoritative, respected journal with unmatched coverage of the Gulf region.
Gulf Construction is essential reading for anyone with a serious interest in the region’s building and construction industry.
The Gulf Daily News was the first daily English newspaper to be published in Bahrain. The GDN has created a close relationship with readers and advertisers throughout the years and is the number one used form of media today for daily newspaper promotional campaigns.
News content is primarily local, political and social news, but the paper also features international business and social news deemed to be of interest to its readership.
Gulf Industry, published by Al Hilal Group has now established itself as a “must-read” publication for anyone with an involvement in the region’s industrial sector whether as manufacturers, distributors or related service organisations. The publication represents a “window” into the Gulf’s manufacturing trading and export sectors providing news, views analysis and information across virtually every industry related sector.
Oil & Gas News (OGN) is the only weekly energy journal covering the Middle East, Asia/Pacific Rim as well as the global markets combining more than three decades of international publishing experience with an ability to provide a unique insight into this major industry. Besides offering authoritative information, business intelligence and quality analyses to professionals and organizations with a serious interest in exploration, refining, production and distribution, all aspects of the energy supply chain are covered by the magazine across all related sectors including the power sector.
The Gulf is the region’s leading publication focused on business and economics in the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC). Designed for any reader with a serious interest in the region, The Gulf brings analysis, features, insight and interviews with business leaders and policy-makers to its thousands of readers, both in print and online. With an audited circulation of more than 14,000, The Gulf has one of the widest guaranteed distributions of any monthly business publication in the GCC, with direct access each month to more than 50,000 senior executives regionally and internationally.
The Gulf offers insight into key markets including Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the fast-growing emirates of Abu Dhabi and Dubai. News from 20 market sectors, ranging from energy to capital markets, is supported by an analysis of business trends and topical issues, helping readers stay informed about changes in one of the world’s most dynamic regions.
The first issue of Akhbar Al Khaleej was published on 1 February 1976. It is one of Bahrain’s oldest and leading daily Arabic papers.