Atlantis Press has today launched a new subsidiary company, Atlantis Press International B.V., which will be focused on the provision of journals publishing services and consultancy services to third-party STM journal owners such as learned societies and academic institutions. The company will be based in Amsterdam in The Netherlands and will be headed by Remco de Boer, former Executive Publisher at Elsevier, as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Zeger Karssen, Owner and Publishing Director of Atlantis Press, made this announcement earlier today: “With the launch of Atlantis Press International, Atlantis Press wants to play a more prominent role in the area of journals publishing by offering services to societies, universities, hospitals and other academic organizations publishing international scientific journals. While retaining full ownership of their publication, this enables such organizations to take advantage of Atlantis Press resources, systems and expertise to maximize their journal’s visibility and further development.”
Remco de Boer, CEO of the new company, adds: “Atlantis Press is currently already a successful STM Books and Proceedings publisher, but as yet still has only a modest journals portfolio. It makes sense for the company to focus on expanding this part of the business by building on existing infrastructure and capabilities. The launch of Atlantis Press International will enable us to achieve this by making use of existing relationships in the market. I am excited to lead this initiative.”
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Atlantis Press (https://www.atlantis-press.com) is a global open access publisher of scientific, technical and medical (STM) content which was founded in Paris in 2006 and which currently has offices in Paris, Amsterdam, Hong Kong and Beijing. The company’s mission is to support the advancement of scientific, technical and medical research by contributing to a more efficient and effective dissemination and exchange of knowledge both for the research community and society at large. The Atlantis Press content platform currently contains more than 70,000 published articles which are all open access and hence freely accessible.