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KNOWLEDGE CENTRE – EXHIBITORS


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As a centre of technology and training the IMF has represented finishing professionals in surface engineering /coatings since 1925 and has rebranded itself from “Metal Finishing” to “Materials Finishing”.


Institute of Materials Finishing


The Institute of Materials Finishing was founded in 1925, its title then being the Electroplaters and Depositors Technical Society. Its main purpose was to disseminate technical information on electrodeposition by means of technical publications, meetings and conferences.


The area of interest broadened into all aspects of surface finishing on metal when it assumed the title of the Institute of Metal Finishing in 1951. In 2013 the name was changed to the Institute of Materials Finishing to embrace all technologies of surface finishing on a much wider variety of materials.


Such processes embrace electroplating, organic (paint) finishing, anodising, printed circuitry and ancillary methods of surface treatment.


More recently, the IMF has further broadened its interest to cover other aspects of surface engineering.


Institute of Materials Finishing Exeter House 48 Holloway Head Birmingham B11 NQ


United Kingdom


Telephone: +44 (0) 121 622 7387 Email: exeterhouse@materialsfinishing.org www.instituteofmaterialslfinishing.org


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An internationally accredited online coating inspection training programme


endorsed by ICorr, Lloyd’s Register, BCF, SSPC, ABS, DNV and Bureau Veritas.


Corrodere - Online Coating Inspection Courses


The authors and professionals involved in the creation of the Corrodere training programme have recognised the need to promote professionalism within the coatings industry through an accessible and comprehensive range of Coating Inspection courses.


In collaboration with our partners the courses offer qualifications recognised internationally throughout the coatings industry.


This training programme allows you to decide when and how long you want to study. If you travel you can access the course online to help you make good use of your travelling time.


One of the most beneficial factors to online training is that you can apply your learning immediately. As the course progresses you can apply the knowledge, skills and expertise gained to your work.


MPI Group Peel House


Upper South View Farnham, Surrey GU9 7JN


United Kingdom


Telephone: +44 (0) 1252 732220 Email: corrodere@mpigroup.co.uk www.corrosion-training.co.uk


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The British Coatings


Federation is the sole Trade Association representing the UK paint, printing ink, powder coatings and wallcoverings manufacturers. We represent 90% of this £2.8 billion industry.


British Coatings Federation Limited


The Federation has over 100 companies in membership. Main benefits of membership include guidance on health, safety and environmental matters, an opportunity to influence UK and European legislation, access to industry statistics and to meet on matters of mutual concern within the industry. Members benefit from the support of CEPE, the European Trade Association for our industry. The majority of regulations that are coming our way are driven from the EU Commission and Parliament. Through CEPE and UK Government Departments, we are able to influence legislation so that it not only meets the wishes of the market place but also ensures that is both practical and achievable.


Associate membership is available to suppliers to the industry, providing great networking opportunities with our members and a high profile on our website in terms of products and services provided.


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British Coatings Federation Ltd Riverbridge House Guildford Road Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 9AD


United Kingdom


Telephone: +44 (0)1372 365989 Email: alison.brown@bcf.co.uk www.coatings.org.uk


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