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Metal industry news, September 2011

A conference is being staged in Brussels later this month to review and assess what has been learned during the introduction of the REACH chemical regulati

Austrian powder metal manufacturer Miba has produced first half sales figures up by nearly 40%, but profits before taxes only slightly up on the same perio

Batteries used in electric and hybrid vehicles could get a boost from an Oak Ridge National Laboratory discovery that increases power, energy density and

Continuing global success has encouraged powder characterisation company Freeman Technology to relocate into new larger premises based in Tewkesbury, Glouc

Ashland Inc, a provider of specialty chemical solutions for consumer and industrial markets, has acquired privately owned International Specialty Products

North American Tungsten Corporation has reported net earnings of $1.3 million in its third quarter, compared to a net loss of $7.7 million in the second qu

Carpenter Technology Corporation plan to build a new 400,000 ft2 manufacturing facility to produce products primarily in the fast-growing aerospace and ene

Robert Bosch GmbH is planning to build a pilot production line in Eisenac, Germany to research materials and production processes for new lithium-ion cells

The world metal and ceramic injection moulding market is forecast to reach $3.7 billion by the year 2017, according to a new comprehensive report by US mar

Cabot Corp has agreed to sell its Supermetals business, which uses tantalum ore as a raw material, to Australia-based Global Advanced Metals (GAM) for a mi

Molycorp, Inc, the largest producer of rare earth oxides (REO) outside of China, has reached an agreement with Hitachi Metals to supply the company with ra

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