IPPIC Participates in IMO Session Significant to Antifouling Coatings on Ships

March 2011
CoatingsTech;Mar2011, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p31
Academic Journal
The article reports on the participation of the International Paint and Printing Inks Council (IPPIC) in International Maritime Organization (IMO) session relative to antifouling coatings on ships in the coatings industry in the U.S.


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