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Metal industry news, April 2013

Metal Powder Report talks to Harbhajan ("Harb") S. Nayar, Ph d about the inspiration behind his nascent Sintering 101 Courses as well as the future of TAT

Tungsten Corp expands capacity

Tungsten Corp it has acquired options on 100% of the tungsten mineral rights at two mining locations in Nevada and Idaho.

Bodycote Group revenue for the three months ended 31 March 2013 was 3.9% higher than in the same period last year — 2.9% at constant exchange rates.

GKN plc and HUAYU Automotive Systems Co Ltd have expanded their Chinese joint venture, Shanghai GKN Driveshaft Co Ltd (SDS).

The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG), an organisation that advances the uses and applications of additive manufacturing, has announced its 2013-20

BASF has developed Catamold 17-4PH K and Catamold 316L K for MIM.

BASF has combined its water solutions and oilfield and mining solutions businesses from April 2013.

MIM specialist Parmatech celebrates its 40th anniversary.

'Tin for Tomorrow' covers the past, present and future prospects of tin.

General Motors CO plans to invest around US$332 million in four manufacturing sites to produce more fuel-efficient engines and transmissions.

ASTM International’s 2013 President’s Leadership Award has been given to John S McCartney, PhD, an assistant professor at the University of Colorado, Bould

Höganäs reported consolidated net sales of SEK6,712 million for 2012, down 5% year on year.

Taseko Mines’ 2013 Q1 production was 23.2 million pounds of copper and 355 thousand pounds of molybdenum (on a 100% basis) at its 75% owned Gibraltar Mine.

The Nickel Institute, in association with the Specialty Stainless Steel Institute of North America (SSINA) and the American Chemistry Council, marks Centen

SKF has opened five new so-called “Solution Factory” facilities, which supply users with knowledge and resources from SKF technology platforms, including b

SPECTRO Analytical Instruments, a division of AMETEK Materials Analysis, has developed new optical emission spectrometry (OES) technology for carbon measur

The MPIF has launched a YouTube channel containing a range of PM videos it has produced in the past.

Höganäs AB has invited shareholders to the Annual General Meeting on 29 April 2013.

The Nickel Institute has published a Stainless Steels in Biofuels report.

Patrick Blain, President of the International Organisation of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA), estimates 2012 world vehicle production reached 84.1 mill

ANC now can process over one million pounds of scrap carbide per year, following the addition of new equipment and carbide recycling technology.

Renishaw is expanding its presence in China with the opening of a new liaison office in Wuhan.

SKF’s new bearing factory in Ahmedabad, India, has been awarded the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold certification by IGBC (India

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