PCE International is a quarterly publication that continues to unite the International protective and marine coatings markets.

About PCE International

A magazine and digital platform for the coating’s user PCE International reaches the specifying engineers in consulting engineering firms, industrial painting contractors, engineers who select coatings or manage coatings programmes for industrial plants, pipelines, offshore structures, public works, facilities, storage tanks and other industrial structures. Also coatings work managers at steel fabrication shops and shipyards and industrial and marine coatings manufacturers.

PCE readers work with coatings for steel and concrete in these industries, marine, offshore, chemical and petrochemical, renewables, public works, pulp and paper, nuclear and conventional power, transportation, metals and mining, pipeline, food and pharmaceutical.

Latest News

  • A Coatings Industry First!
    by PCE International on August 10, 2020 at 7:36 am

    NEW! Online Coating Surveys course accredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry and Lloyd’s Register Corrodere Academy are pleased to present the first training of its kind anywhere in the world: Coating Surveys course accredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry, approved by them for Continuing Professional Development (CPD), and Lloyd’s Register. The online course [...] The post A […]

  • PaintExpo 2020 cancelled after all
    by PCE International on July 23, 2020 at 1:41 pm

    Due to the still fragile corona situation, stricter hygiene and distancing regulations for trade fairs in Baden-Württemberg and sustained restrictions on international travel, PaintExpo 2020 will be cancelled after all. The next world’s leading trade fair for industrial coating technology will take place as scheduled in 2022. “Together with our exhibitors and partners, we had […]

  • Automated flying robots
    by PCE International on July 23, 2020 at 10:54 am

    Robotic inspection and measurement systems have great potential for performing tasks safely, better, and faster than humans explains Robert Dahlstrom, CEO Apellix. Of specific interest in drydocks are aerial robotic systems for contact-based measurements and inspections as they are, quick, agile, versatile, and safer than putting workers at risk due to the height of installations. [...] The post […]