Late or missing print Inspectioneering Journal issues
Inspectioneering’s delivery window is one to two weeks after the second month printed on the issue cover for U.S.-based addresses. For international addresses, it may take longer. For example, for the January/February issue, delivery should occur no later than the second week in March. Your Journal Issue should not be considered late or missed unless it arrives after this window.
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so we are aware of the situation. Your subscription will be extended to make up for the missed issue, or if you would prefer, we will expedite a replacement issue.
Damaged Inspectioneering Journal print issues
If your Inspectioneering Journal issue frequently arrives damaged and your mailbox is sufficiently sized, then check with the post office to see if the magazine arrives in good condition. If it does not, please contact us immediately so we can find ...
Purchasing printed Inspectioneering Journal back issues
Back issues of Inspectioneering Journal are available in limited quantities for US $19.99 each plus shipping and handling. If you are interested in ordering one or more back issues, please let us know the specific issues and quantities you would like ...
Reasons for rejection of Inspectioneering Journal article submissions
Articles submitted for publication in Inspectioneering Journal go through a standardized editorial review process in which our editors determine whether or not the article meets our Publishing Guidelines. In some cases, we may decide to reject ...
Troubleshooting issues with the online Inspectioneering Journal PDF reader
The Inspectioneering Style Guide
When submitting an article for publication with Inspectioneering, it's important that you follow some editorial standards that we have established to maintain consistency across our archives. Please review the following stylistic conventions and be ...