International Systems and Communications Limited (ISC) was set up in 1991 to offer a high-quality, customised publishing service for event-linked, commemorative and annual publications.
In 1997, ISC was greatly honoured to receive the Queen’s Award for Export Achievement – one of only 13 for export granted that year in Greater London.
Quality Customer Service
Our prestigious client base including global and regional international organisations is testimony to a business philosophy based on quality and a flexible approach.
By outsourcing production the client organisation makes an immediate saving on overheads. ISC’s advice on content and circulation then helps the client derive maximum benefit from using the publication as part of its public relations strategy. The publication not only increases international awareness for the client organisation, but also serves as a high-quality profile of its aims and objectives.
Most significantly, ISC will develop on the client’s behalf a potential for revenue generation as the influential global audience for such publications makes them an attractive advertising medium. The advantage of using advertising to fund the publication means that it can be produced at no cost to the client organisation.
There is also no risk for the client as ISC guarantees that its experienced sales managers will generate sufficient commercial revenues to fund all production and distribution costs. In addition, the client may benefit from royalty payments depending on the coverage and total circulation of the publication.
Experienced editing, production and sales team; editorial contributions from respected journalists and international figures; and high-quality production standards.
We tailor our services to meet your requirements ranging from an advertising sales and printing contract to a full turnkey operation including multiple language editions.
Service to advertisers
Targeted access to an international audience of influential decision-makers; full design and production service available for advertisements.
“The ISC team has produced a comprehensive, authoritative and accessible publication on a highly complex technical subject, namely the air navigation system of the future referred to in the aviation industry as CNS/ATM or, communications, navigation, surveillance and air traffic management systems.
“The 300-page hardcover illustrated book was originally prepared to coincide with ICAO’s first ever Worldwide CNS/ATM Systems Implementation Conference held in Rio de Janeiro, from 11 to 15 May 1998. The depth and scope of its contents, however, will ensure that it remains a source of reference on the subject for years to come.
“ISC’s ability to produce the book in five languages, based on contributions from a variety of industry sources, testifies to the high degree of professionalism and flexibility demonstrated by the publisher.”
“ISC and the International Chamber of Commerce have now worked together on two outstanding books that were widely appreciated by business executives all over the world. The first was about the practicalities of doing business in Asia and the second enlarged on the theme of a major ICC conference: ‘The World Business Agenda for Electronic Commerce’. ICC editors much appreciated the professionalism of ISC at every stage of the production process. Page layouts and picture reproduction were to the highest standards. Deadlines were rigorously observed.”
This latest issue, launched at the International Gas Union’s spring meetings in Muscat, features articles on COP 22 and the role that natural gas can play in helping to meet NDCs agreed at COP 21, developments in LNG haulage vehicles and an interview with IGU’s new Events Director Rodney Cox.
We present some of the latest work of IGU’s Committees looking at dimethyl ether production, shale gas in China, emissions reduction in an industrial context and on advocating for natural gas in Europe.
The issue also highlights the most recent work of IGU from diplomatic engagement and outreach to the final preparations for IGRC2017 and looking ahead to the World Gas Conference in Washington DC next year.
The spring 2016 edition of the International Gas Union magazine International Gas was launched at the IGU’s Executive Commttee Meeting in Muscat Oman.