Founded in 1934, Randall-Reilly Publishing is the premier business-to-business media company focused on the trucking, construction and industrial markets. Randall-Reilly’s construction division covers the highway and heavy construction, landscaping and used equipment markets. The company’s trucking division serves the fleet, owner-operator, recruitment, truck stop, used truck and trailer, dealer and heavy-duty aftermarket segments, with the following publications, products and events:
- Aggregates Manager magazine
- Better Roads magazine
- Equipment World magazine
- Equipment World Spec Guide
- ProPickup magazine
- Total Landscape Care
- Top Bid
- Top Bid Monthly Update
- Serial Number Handbook
- Commercial Carrier Journal
- Truckers News
- Truck Parts & Service
- Aftermarket Buyers’ Guide & Directory
- Successful Dealer
- Diesel Tech Employment Guide
- Owner-Operator/Company Driver
- Changing Lanes
- Gears, Guts & Glory
- Trucker Pages
- Motor Media
- TruckStops Express
- The Great American Trucking Show
- America’s Traveling Truck Show
- The Great West Truck Show
Randall-Reilly also operates Northbrook Publishing, a company-sponsored publication division, which publishes a variety of magazines for Fortune 500 companies, including:
- First Class
- World’s Best
- Professional Painting Contractor
- Coatings Solutions
- Pintor Profesional
- The Finish
- Pride & Class
The company’s UCC-filing database and research group, Equipment Data Associates, provides market intelligence to the construction, logging, agriculture, machine tool, trucking, woodworking, medical, lift truck and printing industries.
Randall-Reilly’s Industry Research Group offers inbound/outbound services, trade show promotion and reservations, hot lead generation, buying intentions and other services.
Promotional Products Subsidiary
Award Company of America delivers a full line of plaques, trophies, ribbons, specialized greeting cards and other promotional and specialty items.
Randall-Reilly has offices in Tuscaloosa, Ala.; Atlanta; Chicago; Charlotte, N.C.; and New Berlin, Wis.
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