What We Do


What We Do

Imperial Polychemicals Corporation (IPCO) works not only to bring together leading companies, but also to foster long and steadfast relationships into the next millennium. Servicing companies in a wide range of industries, from aerospace to military has allowed us keen insight into how to turn these relationships into commitments.


Over 35 years of experience working with top clients and top suppliers.


High performance and cutting edge technology from the companies that you know best: The Gill Corporation, Texas Almet, and many more.


Customization with optimization is our
primary focus.

Although at the forefront of specialized materials from honeycomb to aircraft interiors, we are continually making huge strives towards greatness in other areas. Global strategic alliances have strengthened our position and by working only with market leaders, we have been able to assemble an apex community of companies from all over the world. This feat is why Imperial Polychemicals has been designated as the primary source of manufacturers and distributors.

Our top priority is to bring this world closer to you; to bring you face to face with companies with the speed, quality, and efficiency that you need. We can get you there…together.


IPCO History

IPCO History


Imperial Polychemicals Corporation (IPCO) was founded by Dr. James Ja In Park in California, USA to produce composites and adhesive resins based in epoxy, acrylate, and urethane. IPCO began exporting these products to South Korea and other Asia Pacific countries.

IPCO established a plant in South Korea to produce composite and adhesive resins to supply the automotive, electrical, electronic, and consumer industries. IPCO supplied adhesive and tooling resins to Hyundai Automotive to produce personal and business trucks while also streamlining costs for both sides.
IPCO then expanded from supplying these resins to also supplying fast curing epoxy resins to Samsung, Hyundai, and LG Semiconductor. Also, IPCO was instrumental in developing RAM and DRAM with these same companies.

IPCO was appointed as “The most developed small and medium-sized company” by the Korean Ministry of Trade and Industry for excellent service to the advanced material industry in South Korea.

IPCO formed a joint venture company called IPCO National with National Starch Company. This joint venture was created to continue IPCO’s focus in production of advanced adhesives. IPCO supplied adhesives for South Korean tobacco companies to produce quality cigarettes that competed with and enjoyed successes over many imported cigarettes.
In the consumer adhesives division, IPCO supplied adhesives to Kimberly Clark and Proctor and Gamble in South Korea to produce diapers and sanitary napkins. The composites division supplied composite resins to various aerospace and military applications. It was also at this time that the most advanced fast curing adhesives for the semi-conductor industry was manufactured at IPCO National to speed up the development of higher capacity memory chips.

IPCO became the largest adhesive company in South Korea. IPCO then sold its shares of IPCO National to National Starch and continued servicing chemicals and consulting services to the electronic, aerospace and composite industries. Specifically, IPCO expanded into the reconfiguration of Boeing and Airbus aircrafts, supplying materials for Boeing and Airbus projects.

IPCO added SBP, a German Structural engineering company to their list of partners to build Asiana’s aircraft hangar at South Korea’s, International Incheon Airport. The project was a huge success and has stemmed into other successful projects.

IPCO partnered with Zodiac Aerospace to become the exclusive representative in South Korea. Zodiac Aerospace is a world leader in aerospace equipment and systems for commercial, regional and business aircraft, as well as helicopters and space applications.

IPCO partnered with MTU Aero Engines, Germany’s leading engine manufacturer and an established global player in the industry. They engage in the design, development, manufacture, marketing and support of commercial and military aircraft engines in all thrust and power categories and stationary gas turbines.
Our Partners

Our Partners






Imperial Polychemicals Corporation (IPCO) Receives Certification to
ISO 9001:2015 – AS9120 B

Performance Review Institute (PRI) Registrar recognizes Imperial Polychemicals Corporation (IPCO) for having met the stringent requirements of this international standard, their ongoing commitment to satisfying stakeholders, and their dedication to continual improvement of their management system.

Imperial Polychemicals Corporation (IPCO) has demonstrated its commitment to world class quality management by implementing and becoming certified to the ISO 9001:2015 – AS9120 B standard.

Contact Us

Contact Us

USA Office

1050 Lakes Drive, #225 West Covina, CA 91790

Korea Office

RM#602, Kumkang B/D
Yangjae-daero 62-gil, 8, Songpa-Gu
Seoul, Korea 05708

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