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Metal industry news, February 2016

EPMA recruits new director

The EPMA has appointed Dr Lionel Aboussouan as EPMA deputy executive director.

Arcam’s powder manufacturing subsidiary AP&C has built three new powder atomizing reactors

Graduates can now register for this year’s EPMA Powder Metallurgy Summer School.

Umicore has been awarded certification in Belgium, France and Germany by the Top Employers Institute.

Professor Randall M German will give a one-day tutorial on powder injection molding during PM China.

Franklin Bronze Precision Components has appointed John Carnes as general manager.

The program and online registration is now available for PowderMet.

SKF has reported net sales of SEK75 997 million in 2015, compared to SEK70 975 million in 2014.

Materials specialist Umicore has announced its financial results for 2015.

A project has been set up in the UK to develop world leading printed sensing technology for metal tooling applications.

Proto Labs has reported full year 2015 revenue up 26% over 2014 figures of US$209.6 million to US$264.1 million.

Global production of molybdenum decreased to 131.4 million pounds in the third quarter of 2015, says the International Molybdenum Association (IMOA).

Bodycotehas launched an interactive website which details the history of history of metal processing and heat treatment.

Cristal Global, a producer of titanium metal powder, announced that prices on all its titanium dioxide (TiO2) products will increase.

Kennametal Inc has appointed board member Ronald M. DeFeo as the company's president and chief executive officer (CEO).

ARC Group Worldwide Inc says that its fiscal Q1 revenue was US$24.5 million, a decrease of 14.7% compared to the prior year period.

Mining company Rio Tinto has released what it says are ‘solid’ Q4 results.

Metals giant Allegheny Technologies (ATI) has reported full year 2015 sales of US$3.7 billion, compared to US$4.22 billion in 2014.

Carpenter Technology Corporation reported net sales of US$455.6 million in Q1 2016, compared to US$549.8 million in the same quarter of 2015.

GE has announced fourth-quarter 2015 industrial operating and verticals EPS of US$0.52, up 27% from the fourth-quarter of 2014.

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