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Metal finishing news, July 2011

Slight increase reflects positive contributions fromexports, nonresidential fixed investment, private inventory investment, and federal government spending

Moderate industry analysts and observers offer counterpoints to more dire economic forecasts.

While PCB sales growth is still positive, weaker orders are limiting potential.

Survey shows small- to-medium-size business are investing in equipment, technology, and personnel.

Investment supports next-generation full-size pickups and creates or retains 150 jobs.

Moves impact all of PPG's global businesses and coating operations.

Agreement highlights focus on major airline's investment in its fleet.

West Michigan custom coater helps in the effort to spare landfill from 500 tons of metal.

Slight rebound in industrial output on the heels of a setback in May.

Latest innovation shortens the processing time for the manufacture of carbamate-based polymers and broadens opportunities for multiple end-use applications

Agency announces pilot field study on environmental impacts.

Executive director calls event CCAI's "most successful annual meeting ever."

Honor recognizes manufacturer’s status as an international exporter.

Schneiders remembered as a pioneer, respected leader, and a devoted friend throughout the surface finishing industry.

The addition of 18,000 jobs last month was not enough to move the needle on the unemployment rate.

Key gauge of supply executive confidence bodes well for manufacturing.

Balanced mix of compact cars, mid-size sedans, light trucks, and even luxury vehicles drove sales up 7% last month.

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