Official media partners
GEO Magazine is the only popular science magazine for the geoscience industries in Norway, both onshore and offshore. Our ambition is to give our readers an easy-to-read, interesting magazine with articles that reflect the activities in our industries. We follow developments in technology and the political landscape and give our readers a good understanding of the onshore and offshore i.
GEO Magazine is published by GeoPublishing AS. geo365.no is the only online news provider for the mining and engineering geology community in Norway. We provide daily news from the onshore industries in Norway, and we keep an eye on activities close to our border. Our ambition is to give our readers up to date information of what is happening in mining and construction, including updates from the political landscape. We will also closely follow developments in exploration and technology and give our readers a good understanding of the industry in Norway.
GeoPublishing also publishes the offshore-based online newspaper expronews.com, for the oil and gas industry with a strong focus on the subsurface. Our main interest is Northwest Europe, although we do mean to keep an eye of what is happening in the rest of the world.
International Mining (IM) is a global publication covering mining and minerals processing technology, methods, equipment and services. Read principally by the mining industry itself, it helps extractive operations, both surface and underground, keep abreast of the latest innovations and solutions to help them lower costs, increase performance and availability, enhance safety and of course maximise production.
This includes everything from better maintenance and site audits, through to autonomy and digitalisation. From juniors through to the largest mining groups with multiple locations, mine managers know they can rely on IM to keep them in the know. Paul Moore, Editorial Director.
Finnish Association of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers Vuorimiesyhdistys-Bergsmannaföreningen r.y. was grounded in 1943.
At the beginning the amount of members was below 100 being now about 2500. Our members working in different organizations are responsible for demanding tasks covering the whole branch of Geology, Mining, Processing and Metallurgy. The aim of the Association is to promote the know how and technology inside the branch in Finland and to support the networking between members. To reach its aims the Association arranges training, conferences, excursions and meetings.
The Association also publishes technical papers and books as well as the Materia Magazine. Materia is a technical-scientific magazine handling also current news inside the branch. Materia has achieved a steady position as the main Media in our branch. The most important common event for all members is ’Vuorimiespäivät’ consisting of annual meetings and actual presentations and culminating in the annual celebration. Vuorimiespäivät-event offers good possibilities to meet colleagues, change information and to network.
Lapin Lehtikustannus Oy is also an advertising agency and a tape company in Sodankylä and Ivalo, called Lapin Mainoslinja. We carry out tapes on vehicles, windows and light advertisements, make large-format prints, billboards, banners, roll-ups, business cards and various brochures and publications.
Company headquarters is situated in the heart of Finnish Lapland, Sodankylä. Our organizational team is spread through northern Finland and all our newspapers are established local products with a strong heritage and a position tightly knit to our community through its members and our competent editorial staff.
As a company, Lapin Lehtikustannus Oy is a versatile and appreciated partner to several local companies and third party non-profit organizations. Sompio, Inarilainen and Saariselän Sanomat are made for local people by local professionals, who are proud members in our entrepreneurial team.
Mining industry influences to local social economy in several ways. Is there a better way to deliver a message to local people than through a local media? Hardly. Local media is with people from the cradle to the grave.