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The Association for Materials Protection and Performance, AMPP, is the world’s leading authority on preventing corrosion and protecting materials so they perform better. AMPP was created when NACE International and SSPC: The Society for Protective Coatings joined together after more than 140 combined years serving their members. Today, AMPP is active in more than 130 countries and has more than 54,000 members.Learn more
Advertise with Materials Performance and reach the largest number of corrosion prevention professionals. Learn more about how you can get your brand top-of-mind with industry leaders.Learn More
CoatingsPro Magazine is the leading resource for commercial and industrial coatings professionals. Learn more on how you can increase brand awareness and generate leads simultaneously.Learn More
CORROSION journal provides industry-leading, peer-reviewed, technical articles to the world’s top researchers. Learn more on how you can increase brand awareness and generate leads digitally or in print!Learn More
AMPP’s Newsletters/Industry Editions provide industry-specific information and best practices to coatings and corrosion professionals. These newsletters and digital publications are published periodically and highlight the following fields: cathodic protection, coatings, infrastructure, maritime, and water and wastewater.Target Your Audience
Join us for this exciting final year of SSPC’s Coatings+ conference, presented by AMPP, before the two organizations combine to AMPP Annual Conference and Expo in 2022. This Coatings+ conference is comprised of expert-led protective, marine, and industrial coatings programming, as well as technical sessions and workshops, focused on surface preparation, application, coating formulation, testing, inspection, and green coatings solutions. Take advantage of prime networking opportunities within our 100,000 square foot trade show featuring 150+ exhibitors.Explore Opportunities