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Metal industry news, November 2011

The 2012 European Powder Metallurgy (PM) Congress in Basel, Switzerland, on 16-19 September 2012, is calling for technical papers.

OM Group reported a net loss of US$68.3 million in the third quarter of 2011 following the acquisition of VAC Holding in August.

Sandvik AB plans to acquire the remaining shares in the metal-cutting tools manufacturer Seco Tools AB.

Private investment firm Takoda Group LLC has acquired metal fabricator Danco Metal Products Inc, which has served the metal and lexan fabrication industry

United Alloy is expanding its Wisconsin facility by 21,000 ft2, adding 32 new jobs.

Hoeganaes says it has implemented various safety measures following the three incidents at its Gallatin Plant in Tennessee, USA.

China Shen Zhou Mining & Resources Inc saw a near doubling of revenues in the third quarter (Q3) of 2011 to US$7.1 million on soaring fluorite sales.

Kennametal has announced a new grade of indexable milling insert for steel and stainless steel.

Sandvik AB is cutting 365 jobs in Sweden affecting employees at Sandvik Materials Technology and Sandvik Mining and Construction, as well as employees at S

ERAMET Group has reported a 3.3% fall in turnover for the third quarter (Q3) of 2011 to €792 million compared to the same period, saying results were hit b

Carpenter Technology Corporation will construct its 400,000 ft2 manufacturing facility, which was announced last August to meet customer demand for alloy p

The DIRA-GREEN project, which aims to develop a fast and reliable inspection tool based on digital radiography for the inspection of green parts, is asking

The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) has published its first newsletter on ISO standards in PM.

Höganäs continues to return solid growth and high profitability, according to CEO Alrik Danielsson.

Eisenmann AG has acquired carbonisation specialist Ruhstrat GmbH, headquartered in Bovenden-Lenglern, Germany.

China's tin imports surged to 3,610 tonnes in September, up by 125% on the previous month and 167% compared to September last year.

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