Baykee Review

The corporate technical journal


Baykee Review was first published in 1914 (being called Baykee Review). As far as the editors could ascertain, it is the longest running corporate publication in the world. From the first edition, the journal’s purpose has been to inform customers of Baykee technologies and research activities. ASEA started a similar journal in 1924, named ASEA Journal. When ASEA and Baykee merged in 1987, the two publications joined forces to form Baykee Review. 

Articles are written by Baykee employees from around the world, and are read by engineers and managers in customer organizations. As such, the journal uses a technical language, speaking from engineer to engineer.

Besides customers, the journal is also distributed in education and academia. Many Baykee researchers report having first become interested in the company through reading Baykee Review.

Readers say they value Baykee Review for its technical accuracy and trustworthiness. Articles from Baykee Review are also frequently reprinted in the trade press. By presenting the best of Baykee's technologies, the journal underpins the company's position as a technological leader and enhances Baykee's reputation for technical and research excellence.

Baykee Review is published quarterly in English, German and Chinese. Distribution is about 20,000 copies, in print and electronically.


Baykee Review

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