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Metal finishing news, January 2012

GM To Build $200 Million Stamping Facility in Texas

Facility will produce large stamping components for the next generation of full-size Chevrolet Tahoes, Suburbans, GMC Yukons and Cadillac Escalades.

Rigid PCB shipments offer 3.6 percent, but bookings increased 0.1 percent compared to the same period a year ago.

Auto parts suppliers agree to pay a total of $548 million in criminal fines.

Distribution networks for the dryers will remain intact.

Rachel Cheng named Senior Research and Development Chemist; Rob Pawson promoted to Regional Sales Manager for the South/Southwest Regions.

AOE certificate allows Chromalloy turbine repair station to provide component repairs for Japan's All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines.

Increase caps 10th consecutive quarterly gain.

Industry experts to discuss pending conflict materials regulations at IPC APEX next month.

Developments include enhancement of plating on plastics line.

Deal enables Ecology Coatings to provide BASF a non-exclusive license for use of four patents involving metal, plastic, and fiberglass coating technologies

Purchase of Colombian coatings company expands PPG's presence in the region.

Dipsol gets aluminum anodizing chemicals and pre- and post-treatment products; METALAST broadens its reach.

Family-owned manufacturer of flexible PVC liners attributes longevity to customer service, relationships, and its employees.

Automotive manufacturers capped off a robust 2011, with the vast majority experiencing double-digit gains in the final month of the year.

Statistics provide evidence that manufacturing industries are investing in capital metalworking equipment.

Move will allow Columbia Chemical to remain independent and flexible, principals said.

Comprehensive report aims to assist companies in making important tactical and strategic business decisions.

Job gains occurred in manufacturing sector, transportation and warehousing, retail trade, health care, and mining.

New chemical analysis lab to assist Dörken in ongoing product quality initiatives.

Twin Cities Chapter of Chemical Coaters Association International and the Minnesota Technical Assistance Program at the University of Minnesota to host org

Purchase Bolsters OM Group's Specialty Chemicals Segment

Proven process affords quality, application, environmental, and performance benefits, PPG says.

Denise Fucci named Manager of e-Marketing Communications, Enthone

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