AEM, Diesel Progress launch new publishing initiativeAEM and Diesel Progress North American magazine have launched a new publishing initiative called AEM @ 50,000 Feet.

AEM @ 50,000 Feet will appear as a special section within each issue of Diesel Progress North American, beginning with the February issue. AEM @50,000 Feet will be 6-8 pages every month, with its own tab clearly identifying the section with each issue.

The editorial content for each AEM @50,000 Feet will highlight various association programs such as its support for The Call of DutyTM Endowment, which helps veterans secure high-quality jobs after their military service and raises awareness of the value vets bring to the workplace.

Future issues will highlight AEM’s efforts in public advocacy such as the I Make America program, as well as standards, safety & compliance, telematics, economic forecasts and other areas of interest to off-highway equipment manufacturers and suppliers.

“AEM is a thought-leader in the off-highway equipment world and Diesel Progress is pleased to support the association’s efforts by bringing this crucial information to an even wider audience of manufacturers,” said Mike Osenga, publisher of Diesel Progress North American.

“Manufacturing is a large, economically diverse industry that contributes billions to our economy,” said AEM President Dennis Slater. “AEM @ 50,000 Feet will bring a new image of manufacturing by focusing on our future potential to a wider audience.”  

Founded in 1935, Diesel Progress North American and its sister publication, Diesel Progress International, cover the products, technology and industry news of engine-powered equipment and engine and component manufacturers in the off-highway, on-highway, stationary and marine markets.