The IPF November edition attempts to enlighten its readers on topics like Plastics & Rubber Industries; Packaging & Printing Machinery; and Mechanical/Fluid Power Transmission. It also covers a special report on IPF Roundtable - 'Compliance of GST w.r.t. SMEs'. For topic - 'Plastics & Rubber Industries' the edition taps on to automotive plastics, elastomers, 3D printed thermoplastic tools and interviews with associations like PPMAI and AIRIA. For topic - 'Packaging & Printing Machinery' articles on packaging sector, printing industry, export packaging and interactions with Cosmo Films, Parle global technologies, IPAMA, DFTA technology center are covered. For topic - 'Mechanical/Fluid Power' the current situation of fluid power market, interview with Walvoil Fuild Power India and article on hydraulics in general has been published. The IPF PLUS sections in its usual structure will share multiple technology updates, industry news briefs, a buyers profile on 'Indian Ordinance Factories', tenders and trade fairs list. The November edition thus provides information which is a must read for SME industry players and aficionados alike.
Industrial Products Finder (IPF), a pioneer industrial journal in India, was launched in 1972. It gives industrial manufacturers and exclusive dealers/importers of industrial products a forum to display their ware, in a medium that was to be made regularly available to the users of these products. IPF focuses on all industrial/engineering products and services, consultancies, repair and reconditioning services, industrial security and safety services, and of late, pollution control and environment protection services. Apart from products, there are also other regular features that complement the core activity – a capsule of important events and developments in the industrial sector, news on companies, projects, joint ventures and mergers, etc; a selection of articles written by experts in the field as well as academics; and information on all important trade fairs, conferences, seminars and training programmers.