ATP Lists currently offers mailing lists from four magazines. To see the mailing list data card for a given publication, click on the appropriate logo or link below. To visit a magazine website, click on the link that follows the magazine description. For more information about a particular list, contact Ellen Sandkam at 847-382-8100 x110 or esandkam@atplists.com.


Maintenance Technology magazine serves the busines and technical information needs of managers and engineers responsible for assuring availability of plant equipment and systems. It provides readers with articles on advanced technologies, strategies, tools, and services for the life-cycle management of capital assets. Maintenance Technology is a monthly publication with a circulation of 50,827. Maintenance Technology website


DC Velocity meets the informational needs of those responsible, directly and indirectly, for their companies' distribution center operations. Its circulation mix includes both onsite distribution center managers whose primary job is DC operations, as well as high-level corporate executives with far-reaching logistics responsibilities. DC Velocity is a monthly publication with a circulation of 51,724. DC Velocity website



Lubrication Management & Technology serves the business and technical information needs of managers, engineers, and technicians who design, troubleshoot, and maintain lubrication and fluid power systems and buy and specify lubricants and fluids. It publishes information on best practices for managing these systems and the industrial machinery and mobile equipment that utilize them. Lubrication Management & Technology is a monthly publication with a circulation of 24,178. Lubrication Management & Technology website

Commercial Building Products is delivered to decision-makers responsible for specifying building products, land acquisition, project management and planning, insurance and financing for commercial construction projects. The magazine’s audience includes the leading regional, national, and international U.S.-based construction firms, as well as the country’s most prominent developers, commercial and retail building owners, institutions, architectural and engineering firms. Commercial Building Products is published nine times a year and has a circulation of 44,569. Commercial Building Products website

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