March Newsletter 2017

International Pump Manufacturing Inc. (IPM) to attend UTECH Las Americas in Mexico City, April 4-6, 2017       


                                                                                            Stand no. 215

(March 20, 2017, Sumner, WA)   International Pump Manufacturing Inc (IPM), the leading manufacturer of top quality, high efficiency air-operated fluid transfer pumps, will attend the new UTEC Las Americas trade show ( event in Mexico City. This premier display of the latest in polyurethane foams and polyurea coating technology will take place at the Centro Banamex in Mexico City over April 4-6, 2017. IPM will share booth space with RIM Polymers Industries in Stand 215.

Ted Hile, IPM’s newly appointed Sales and Marketing Manager will be on-hand to discuss and recommend the right IPM equipment for transferring and spraying a broad range of fluids and chemical systems with viscosities up to 20,000 cps. This range encompasses materials like solvents, varnishes and paints as well as many resins (e.g. polyurethane), coatings (e.g. polyurea) and adhesives.

 Machined and assembled in an ISO-registered factory, IPM pumps are created in an environment where Kaizen/lean-manufacturing principles are well-established and constantly applied to make all possible gains in efficiency and quality.

With international offices at Seattle in Washington State, IPM is well-located to service needs in all the Americas (North, Central, and South). Currently IPM has a robust distributor network in Europe and Asia, where its own subsidiary IPM Asia Ltd. is located at Singapore. IPM maintains ample warehouse stocks to allow quick shipments meeting customer requirements through qualified distributor partners throughout its service region.

Regarding the UTECH 2017 event, Mexico is one of the world’s fastest growing markets in the world when it comes to the polyurethane industry. It’s buoyant automotive sector accounts for 6% of national gross domestic product and 18% of all of Mexico’s manufacturing production. Many global automotive manufacturers have moved production to the region, making it an excellent prospect for all those involved in the PU market. Mexico’s construction industry has been given a boost with recent private investment, and this sector now accounts for 8.1% of GDP.

With polyurethane use surging in the Mexican automotive manufacturing industry, IPM and RIM Polymers are well situated to supply users with exactly the right tools and equipment to accomplish their goals. Visit Stand: 215 at UTECH Las Americas 2017 to learn more about IPM.