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Metal finishing news, June 2012

Online tools help attendees sign up, preview technical program, and make travel arrangements.

Expanded electroplating lines enhance customer service capabilities.

Dip in both rigid and flexible circuit board shipments reflects cyclical slowdown, association survey shows.

Primary objective is to identify regulatory impediments to business innovation and competitiveness.

Latest action will generate 800 jobs for Texas community.

Sheboygan, Wis-based mold aluminum foundry welcomes additional merchant business for its powder coating operation.

Web-based consulting group offers expert consulting in the areas of chemical/process support and troubleshooting.

Industry representatives to present valuable solutions to cleaning’s most challenging issues.

Students encouraged to submit an abstract of their work to be considered for poster presentations at Aluminum Week in October.

Falloff in key durable goods categories puts drag on output.

Metalforming companies expect a significant decline in business conditions during the next three months, industry polls shows.

Annual National Association for Surface Finishing awards program recognizes commitment and dedication of industry supporters.

NASF annual convention and conference exceeds expectations.

Waterbury native moves brings coatings business back home from North Haven.

Electronics association advocates for rule that encourages recycling of secondary materials.

Framework designed to help local governments manage stormwater runoff and effluent.

With a year-to-date total of $1,763.77 million, 2012 is up 10.2% compared with 2011.

Stringent quality audit system designates applicators as approved resources.

Completion of the transaction follows Nordson’s May 21 announcement that it had entered into an agreement to acquire EDI.

Powder Coating 101 'basic training' course to take place in Seattle, Wash.

Morgan Technical Ceramics has released an article exploring how new brazing alloys improve thermal barriers in the hot section of jet engines.

Revamped website boasts new features, improved functionality and navigation.

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