Just published: The new 14th Edition International Powder Metallurgy Directory 2010-2011

February 19, 2010

The latest edition of the ‘International Powder Metallurgy Directory’ (IPMD) has just been published by Inovar Communications Ltd, Shrewsbury, UK. This highly regarded reference publication has been an essential source of information on the global PM industry since the first edition in 1977.

14 ipmdThe latest 504 page 14th Edition ‘International Powder Metallurgy Directory’ contains over 4800 entries, making it the most comprehensive guide to Powder Metallurgy (PM) component producers and PM industry suppliers worldwide.

As well as structural PM components, the directory also covers Metal Injection Molding, Hard Materials/Cemented Carbides, Diamond Tools, Sintered Magnets and much more.

Users benefit from an accompanying online search facility that makes light work of sourcing part, material and equipment suppliers word wide.

In addition to being a comprehensive directory of PM producers and suppliers, the IPMD contains 170 pages editorial content, including essential statistical data on the PM industry and reviews covering all major sectors of PM technology.

Further information on the 14th Edition ‘International Powder Metallurgy Directory’ is available at www.ipmd.net.

Price: £190 including airmail shipping and 12 months online database access.

ISBN: 978-0-9558223-1-5

About the publisher

The ‘International Powder Metallurgy Directory’ is published by Inovar Communications Ltd. Inovar Communications is the only independent publishing company solely dedicated to serving the powder metallurgy and related metal and ceramic injection moulding industries.

In addition to publishing the ‘International Powder Metallurgy Directory’, Inovar also publishes ‘Powder Injection Moulding International’. www.pim-international.com

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