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Metal industry news, November 2018

AMG Advanced Metallurgical Group says that it plans to change company structure from the beginning of 2019.

Seco Tools, a division within Sandvik Machining Solutions, has reached an agreement to acquire Chinese company Kunshan Ousike Precision Tools Co Ltd (OSK).

Chemicals company BASF says that is looking to work with start-up companies globally to develop the digitalization.

Additive Industries reports that it has officially opened its Process and Application Development Center in Singapore.

AP&C, a GE Additive company has announced that it will begin production of aluminum alloy F357 powder in Q1 2019.

Höganäs says that it has upgraded its mixing station at its facility in Shanghai, China.

The Linde Group reports that its revenue for the nine months to 30 September 2018 fell by 1.7% to €13.050 billion.

The EPMA says that the Euro PM2019 Call for Papers is now available to download on the event website.

The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) says that its Euro PM2018 Congress & Exhibition continued the success of previous events.

Eight ASTM International steel standards have been revised to help address the issue of creep.

The EPMA has named the winners of its thesis competion.

The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) has named the individuals who have made a contribution to the PM industry’s development.

The EPMA has named the winners of its latest powder metallurgy component awards competition.

Molding specialist Arburg's Dutch subsidiary has reportedly celebrated its 25 anniversary.

Heating company Quintus Technologies reports that one of its hot isostatic presses (HIP) has been installed at a Chinese provider of metal AM technology.

Marc Saunders, director of global solutions centers at 3D printing company Renishaw, will reportedly be presenting at Formnext 2018.

Materials company Haydale has been awarded a research and development grant to develop graphene powder composite tooling.

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