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SAE expands focus of its aerospace engineering magazine.

Press Release Summary:

December 6, 2007 - SAE International's Aerospace Engineering magazine is expanding to become Aerospace Engineering & Manufacturing in January 2008. By increasing its manufacturing coverage, the magazine aims to keep the aerospace product development community aware of new technology, engineering, and manufacturing advancements from around the world. It will feature an expanded editorial package along with a new look designed around a larger page format, allowing for more detailed images and graphics.

Society Of Automotive Engineers, Inc. (SAE) - Warrendale, PA

Original Press Release

SAE Aerospace Engineering Magazine Expands Focus on Manufacturing

Press release date: November 12, 2007

WARRENDALE, Pa., Nov. 12, 2007 - SAE International's Aerospace Engineering magazine is expanding to become Aerospace Engineering & Manufacturing in January 2008. By increasing its manufacturing coverage, the magazine aims to keep the aerospace product-development community aware of new technology, engineering and manufacturing advancements from around the world. "The complexity of aerospace product development requires air-tight collaboration with product design, engineering and manufacturing," Edward McCallum, Publisher of SAE International's magazines, said. "Coverage of all these perspectives is necessary for any publication to effectively serve today's aerospace industry." "The decision to expand our manufacturing reach parallels what has been going on in the aerospace industry," confirmed Jean Broge, Editor of Aerospace Engineering & Manufacturing. Beginning in January, Aerospace Engineering & Manufacturing will feature an expanded editorial package along with a new look designed around a larger-page format allowing for more detailed images and graphics. Aerospace Engineering & Manufacturing is part of SAE International's magazine group, which also includes Automotive Engineering International and SAE Off-Highway Engineering.

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