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Hardmetals and ceramics news, February 2012

North American Tungsten says it has intersected high tungsten grades at its Cantung Mine in the Northwest Territories.

Ceradyne saw a near tripling in its net income for 2011 with an increase of 186% to US$83.9 million as sales grew 42% to US$572m.

MAGNETICS 2012 taking place in Orlando, Florida, USA on 13-14 March, is offering a discounted rate to all MPIF members.

PowderMet 2012, to be held in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, on 10-13 June, is now open for registrations.

Metal cutting tools specialist Sandvik Coromant is moving its tungsten carbide recycling programme in the US to its business services organisation, saying

KEMET Corporations is acquiring all outstanding shares in tantalum powder manufacturer Niotan Incorporated for an initial purchase price of US$30 million p

Yokogawa is presenting its magnetic flowmeters with ceramic lining, which are seeing increased use in biotechnology industries as the ceramic linings have

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