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Metal industry news, March 2010

Inkjet printable copper ink

Intrinsiq Materials, formerly Qinetiq Nanomaterials, has developed Intrinsiq CI, a stable, cost effective 12wt% copper ink formulation designed for photoni

MPIF video promotes PM

The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) has created “Powder Metallurgy: The Preferred Metal-Forming Solution”, a new video showcasing the fabrication

The nine-month strike at Vale Inco’s Sudbury, Ontario, mining and refining operation is creating significant disruptions in the PM industry, according to M

The dates and location of next year’s Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) conference and exhibition, PowderMet2011, have been shifted west and forwar

Atomising Systems Ltd (ASL), based in Sheffield, UK, has appointed Simon Dunkley as managing director, taking over from his father, John Dunkley.

ACuPowder International LLC, based in Union, New Jersey, USA, has resumed production at its water-atomized copper-powder plant in Greenback, Tennessee, sa

Toshiba corporation has eneded production of generaluse tungsten filament incandescent bulbs. Toshiba was the first to manufacture them in Japan 120 years

Melling has announced the purchase of Rush Metals, based in Billings, Oklahoma, USA a subsidiary of Cloyes Gear and Products, Inc.

Bearings and sintering specialist Bowman International has acquired most of the assets of the sintering division of MPC Industrial Solutions, which went in

Talks aimed at ending the bitter eight-month strike at Vale Inco’s Sudbury, Ontario, nickel production facility broke down last weekend.

GKN has reported a positive outlook for its PM businesses, due in part to group restructuring. “GKN has made significant progress in realigning its operati

As part of the development of its aerospace business, GKN has opened a new £14.8 million aerospace facility on the Isle of Wight, UK, to research environme

PM auto parts producer Federal-Mogul Corporation has reported strong profitability in Q4 2009, with higher gross margin, improved net income of $43 million

SB Specialty Metals LLC, a new PM player, has struck a supply deal with Carpenter Powder Products after buying the assets of Crucible Service Centers from

Ecka Granules in Germany has appointed EA Metal Powders, based Columbia, South Carolina, USA, as its exclusive sales agent in North America for copper and

HC Starck has sold its AMPERKAT business to Evonik Degussa GmbH, based in Essen, Germany.

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