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Metal finishing news, May 2010

Today, at a time when corporate travel to educational events is limited due to challenging business conditions, PCX was a valuable stepping stone to renewe

Printed circuit board shipments and bookings alike increased in April, according to the latest IPC Electronics Report.

The newly released May 2010 Precision Metalforming Association Business Conditions Report indicates metalforming companies expect business conditions to co

Erik Weyls, formerly executive vice president, assumes the position of president, Coventya, Inc., in a recent management reorg.

Patrick Snow, Kelly Steiler, and Stephen Rapaski—all juniors at the College of Creative Studies in Detroit, Mich., took home the top honors in NASF’s 2010

Dozens of General Motorsmanufacturing plants have achieved “zero landfill” status by recycling or reusing all normal plant wastes.

Partnership between Haviland Products and Product-Sol targets neeeds of the automotive, military, and aerospace industries.

The newly amended SUR/FIN 2010 Technical Conference Program contains more than 60 educational sessions.

Increased demand spurs AkzoNobel to build an additional plant at its Ningbo multi-site for its Functional Chemicals business.

Many U.S. automotive manufacturers posted stronger April year over year sales, but revenues fell short of expectations in March.

Latest H.E. Orr strategy designed to improve efficiencies and customer service while reducing costs.

Joint Effort between Technic and Circuit Automation focuses on flexible circuit-enabling technology.

Roster of SUR/FIN 2010 vendors expanded to include surface finishing job shops.

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