CMP News becomes an online magazine

CMP News is now going to be entirely digital. From the start of 2015 the format and distribution will be changing in that CMP News is becoming an online magazine.

“As was the case previously, we will publish four issues per year, however we will stop printing them and sending them out by post,” says Johan Röstin, CEO of CMP. We feel this is a more environmentally-friendly and modern alternative, and one which I hope the readers will also appreciate.

He emphasizes that the magazine remains an important element in CMP’s external communication. This communication also comprises an electronic newsletter that is produced every seven weeks and web news that is published every week. It is simple to ”subscribe” to the magazine, newsletter and web news by registering on CMP’s website.

Changes in the oil market
The theme for 2015’s first edition of CMP News is liquid bulk – an area where major changes are currently taking place in the market, but also an area where CMP is implementing a number of initiatives. For example, the changes in the oil market are addressed via Peter Stigsgaard, who works in the Danish Oil Industry Association. Among other things, he talks about the consequences of the falling oil price. The magazine also presents a number of the initiatives that CMP is making together with customers and business partners within liquid bulk.

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