Simmons-Boardman Publishing Corp. is one of the oldest, most well-respected, privately held B2B publishers in the U.S. Our diverse portfolio of print and digital products includes magazines, books, directories, e-newsletters, conferences, educational materials, websites, and trusted media brands spanning the banking to the sign building industries. More than 200,000 executives around the world count on Simmons-Boardman Publishing's media products to help them make key strategic decisions about their businesses every day.Headquartered in New York City, Simmons-Boardman Publishing has a global reach, maintaining editorial, sales, circulation and educational offices and facilities in the U.S. and United Kingdom, with representatives throughout Europe and Asia. The company's main offices are in New York, N.Y., Chicago, Ill., Omaha, Neb., Orlando, Fla., Haywards Heath and Falmouth, England.Simmons-Boardman's current structure did not begin to take shape until 1908. That year marked the merger of two very influential and prestigious railroad journals: The Railroad Gazette (founded 1856) and The Railway Age (1876). Two officers of The Gazette financed the consolidation and gave the new company its name: E. A. Simmons, The Gazette's vice president-advertising, and William H. Boardman, its editor.Today, Simmons-Boardman remains the world's largest publisher of rail industry information under the guiding hand of the McGinnis family. The late Arthur McGinnis Sr. gained a controlling interest in Simmons-Boardman in the early 1960's. Arthur J. McGinnis Jr. is now chairman and president of Simmons–Boardman Publishing. Other senior officers of the company include Ms. Pat McGinnis, a co-owner and director; Ms. Kim McGinnis, director; Jonathan Chalon, Group Publisher; and Allen Morrell, controller.
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