Founded in 2005 and added to Shephard's publishing portfolio in 2009, Military Logistics International is a truly global, market-leading publication covering the broad area of military logistics.
MLI's comprehensive coverage of ground, air and naval logistics ranges from fresh ‘after-action’ reports of logistics operations in the field, through logistics transformation issues, to analysis and discussion about industrial aspects of logistics and supply chain matters. The writing in MLI mirrors the common approach to military logistics: factory to foxhole.
Leading figures in the world of military logistics are regularly interviewed to give their views on crucial logistics matters. A highly respected international list of contributors ensures that MLI features the best analysis, comment and news.
A group effort
• GOCO dies, but will live again
• $230 million of ANA supplies unaccounted for
• Kia reveals new trucks
• USN logistics scandal widens
As MRO work on military aircraft increasingly transitions to commercial providers on long-term contracts, Tim Fish examines the benefits and implications for operators and industry.
FUELLING THE FRONT
The storage and distribution of fuel in-theatre involves a significant logistics chain, underpinned by contracted service providers with some innovative solutions. Claire Apthorp explores how this infrastructure might be supported going forward.
LEADING THE CHARGE?
Whether disposable or rechargeable, lithium ion or lithium sulphur, frontline batteries must meet demanding power, weight and cost requirements. Claire Apthorp explores some of the latest technologies that manufacturers are developing in order to secure future military contracts.
While HUMS have been around for many years, they are only now being introduced in numbers on many armies’ vehicle fleets. Mike Bryant discovers why the technology is finally being more fully appreciated.
NO FIXED ABODE
Contingent operations in the past decade have led to an increase in demand for non-permanent deployed base facilities, often with a high level of sophistication. Beth Stevenson examines how industry is developing products to meet these requirements.
Supplying potable water to forward-deployed troops is no small issue for logisticians, especially when soldiers are serving in hot, dry locations, finds Mike Bryant.
QUICK ON THE DRAW
Col Steve Sliwa, director of the US Army’s Rapid Equipping Force, talks to Tim Fish about how the organisation is positioned to meet immediate requirements and quickly fill capability gaps.
(Dubai Airshow, I/ITSEC)
• Logistics IT
• Field power
• Water supply
• Deployable infrastructure
• Fuel logistics - land
• Aircraft MRO
(DIMDEX, FIDAE, NDIA Logistics, Defence Services Asia, SOFEX)
• Asian support aircraft
• Logistics vehicles
• Maritime support
• Field sanitation
• Base support
(Eurosatory, Farnborough Airshow)
• European transport aircraft
• Combat kitchens
• Engineering support vehicles
• Equipment tracking
• Force protection
(African Aerospace & Defence Exposition, Euronaval, AUSA Annual)
• Contractor naval logistics
• IT stores
• F-35 sustainment
• US future trucks
• Power generation
(Airshow China, Indo Aerospace)
• Pallets and cases
• Tanker aircraft
• Maintenance training
• Medical support
Military Logistics International is part of the land and support division in Shephard's internationally renowned publishing portfolio and delivers the audience logistics providers need.
MLI has circulation of over 7,300 and each printed copy has a 4 times pass on readership. (Adestra Readership Survey 2010).
Circulation has been further enhanced with the launch of our new free digital editions service.
Shephard's publications are also distributed at all major shows throughout the year.
Advertising in MLI will ensure your message really is seen by the right people in the industry. Do not miss this unique opportunity.
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Brian Millan, Advertising Sales Executive on: +44 (0)1753 727005, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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