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Metal industry news, September 2012

Investments reflect Sandvik's strategy to ensure that its operations employ the latest applications and training methods.

Marshall Larsen, the former chairman, president and CEO of Goodrich Corporation, becomes latest UTC board member.

The NanoSteel Company has bolstered its growth in the automotive structures industry with the appointment of expert Paul Geck to its advisory board.

According to local news website, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute in Youngstown, Ohio, will open its doors on 27th September.

The aim is to help companies and stakeholders better understand the ruling, IPC stated.

The US Aluminum Association has released the 2012 edition of its “Standard Test Procedure for Aluminum Alloy Grain Refiners,” known as TP-1.

Höganäs AB is to acquire a 100% interest in fcubic, a developer of technology for additive manufacturing (AM).

Airbus is to partner with the Council for Scientific Industrial Research and Aerosud to make titanium part for large, complex aerospace components.

Global Tungsten & Powders Corporation (GTP) has partnered with AERC Recycling Solutions to recover rare earth metals from spent fluorescent lamps.

Sigma Labs and Morris Technologies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to create a joint venture that would commercialise Sigma Labs' PrintRite

Kennametal Inc is in the 2012 InformationWeek 500, an annual listing of the nation's most innovative users of business technology.

The new plant, now up and running, will support the growth of SKF’s business in China and Asia.

SKF has built a new regional distribution centre located in the WaiGaoQiao Free Trade Zone in the northeast part of Shanghai, China.

Arcam AB plans to show its range of implants at TCT Live 2012, the additive manufacturing show.

Dual division structure will help focus the business on the unique needs of customers who buy original equipment powertrain products, or aftermarket and ve

GGB Bearing Technology says that its bearings have been used in the Mars Curiosity Rover.

Reg Tucker, editor of Metal Powder Report, takes a look at new CAFE Standards impact on OEM parts suppliers and PM industry

The MPIF has released the latest version of its Materials Standards for PM Structural Parts publication.

According to the Belarusian Telegraph Agency, there are plans to set up a Belarus-India research centre co-established by the Powder Metallurgy Association

ASTM International and the Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society are holding a workshop on exploring rare earth mineral standardisation on 9 October 2012

The ASTM will hold its 17th International Symposium on Zirconium in the Nuclear Industry from 3-7 February 2013 in Hyderabad, India.

Research and Markets has published a book called “Powder Metallurgy Technology and Equipment: Selected Topics”.

Carpenter Technology has announced that K Douglas Ralph, the company’s senior vice president and chief financial officer, will leave the company at the end

The joint venture between Bosch and Samsung to produce lithium-ion batteries for automotive applications has been dissolved.

Miba has recorded a strong performance in the first six months of 2012.

Sciaky, Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries (PSI), plans to show its additive manufacturing (AM) process at TCT Live 2012.

Alloy Steel International, manufacturer of Arcoplate, sees nearly 24% increase in sales for the third quarter ended 30 June, 2012.

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