For over two decades IPPIC has worked to improve communication and coordinate policy on matters of international concern to the paint and printing inks industry. The council provides a forum for exchange and cooperation on major issues and priorities facing the industry, and has established itself as a global voice for the industry.
This site contains comprehensive information about the council, its global advocacy efforts, upcoming meetings and events, and the new Global Paint & Coatings Industry Market Analysis Report (2011-2016).
2017 IPPIC Annual Meeting
February 27 - March 2, 2017
Inn at Laurel Point, Victoria, BC CANADA IMPORTANT INFORMATION on the 2017 IPPIC Meeting and Hotel Registration Information for IPPIC Attendees Our good friends at CPCA in Canada have provided us with details to register for the upcoming 2017 IPPIC Meeting in Victoria BC, CANADA (see linked document). The Secretariat is providing it today as some IPPIC members wanted to secure their travel arrangements. Remember…… 2017 IPPIC Meeting (including the Industry Stewardship Committee and Public Affair Workshop) MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27 TO THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 2017 INN AT LAUREL POINT, 680 MONTREAL ROAD, VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA Please complete the registration form and return to CPCA and the IPPIC Secretariat as noted. It is also necessary for you to book your own hotel at the hotel website, which is offering a preferred rate and a reserved block of rooms available both before and after the meeting. To book your hotel, the attached document advises using the link provided (click on the link, but if it does not open, copy and paste the link in in your browser). NOTE: The deadline for reserving under our block of rooms is January 25, 2017. We are also providing the hotel link here: http://bookings.ihotelier.com/bookings.jsp?groupID=1555758&hotelID=12209 Lastly, for assistance please do not hesitate to call Micheline Foucher at CPCA (613-231-3604) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our thanks to CPCA! We look forward to the meeting! Steve Sides For the Secretariat International Paint and Printing Ink Council, Inc. (IPPIC) 1500 Rhode Island Avenue NW Washington, DC 20005 USA email@example.com 202-462-8731 Office Direct 202-462-8549 Fax 202-492-6597 Cell
STATEMENT OF SUPPORT
World Health Organization (WHO) International Lead Poisoning Prevention Week of Action
October 22-29, 2016
The International Paint and Paint and Printing Ink Council continues to actively support the work of the Lead Paint Alliance in advancing its “Action Plan” goals for 2016 and beyond. Working collectively and in conjunction with the LPA “partners program”, IPPIC members have been encouraged to make an organizational commitment to the LPA as a “partner” as this is a clear indicator of industry (and paint manufacturer) support. To date, IPPIC is aware of formal partnership letters submitted by industry associations in Japan, the United Kingdom, Brazil, and Canada, which collectively represent the support hundreds of paint companies in their combined membership. More can be expected as each IPPIC association completes its required approval process.
Also in support of the International Week of Action, IPPIC is pleased to announce a series of two industry workshops to be held in Medellin and Bogota Colombia on November 9 and 10, 2016 respectively. These workshops, which will be focused on industry education and technical requirements for lead use restriction in residential and decorative paints, are being organized by ABRAFATI which is the Brazilian Paint Association, an IPPIC- affiliated organization and a member of LatinPIN - the Latin America regional alliance of coatings technicians and paint manufacturers.
The workshops will draw on support of STAR and ACTR, paint technical societies from Colombia, and ANAFAPITY which is the industry association in México. The IPPIC Secretariat will participate in these workshops, which will feature content from the current LPA “toolkit”, as well as technical support provided by local standards organizations. Representatives from the Colombian government and local NGO’s have been invited to attend and participate. A detailed summary of the workshops will be provided to the UNEP and WHO Secretariat to the LPA.
ABRAFATI — Brazil
Brazilian Paint Manufacturers Association
ACA — US
American Coatings Association
ANAFAPYT — Mexico
Mexican Paint and Printing Ink Manufacturers Association
APMF — Australia
Australian Paint Manufacturers' Federation
BCF — UK
British Coatings Federation
BOSAD — Turkey
Turkish Paint and Coatings Industry
CEPE — European Union
European Council of the Paint, Printing Ink and Artists' Colours Industry
CNCIA — China
China National Coatings Industry Association
CPCA — Canada
Canadian Paint and Coatings Association
FIPEC — France
French Paints, Printing Inks, Artist Colours and Adhesives Association
IPA — India
Indian Paint Association
JPMA — Japan
Japan Paint Manufacturers Association
SAPMA — South Africa
South African Paint Manufacturers Association
VdL — Germany
German Paint and Printing Ink Industry Association
NZPMF - New Zealand
New Zealand Paint Manufacturers Federation