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Metal finishing news, November 2011

GM Resuscitates Southeast Assembly Plant

Spring Hill, Tenn., facility 'reborn' as ultra-flexible operation.

Slower seasonal trends prevail, monthly IPC survey shows.

Partnership to initially focus on electron-beam manufacturing of F-35 parts.

Donations fund educational projects related to air and space technology.

Strategic focus shifts toward core coating and graphic arts resins markets.

Exhibitors report heavy traffic—and even a few orders—at Chicago show.

Uptick in durable goods manufacturing pushes industrial production up by 0.7 percent.

Service facility now authorized to provide turbine engine component repairs for Japan's leading airlines.

Faulty parts increasingly entering supply chain, U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee report finds.

Hundreds of millions of dollars allocated toward engine production and block casting.

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