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Metal industry news, December 2018

Umicore says that it will be expanding its production capacity for fuel cell catalysts in South Korea.

Granta Design says that it has updated its Granta MI materials information management software to make it easier to incorporate ‘Digital Twin’ strategies.

America Makes has appointed GE Global Research to lead a project focusing on scaling up additive manufacturing (AM).

Umicore announced today that Pascal Reymondet, executive vice president Catalysis, will retire as planned on 31 January 2019.

Additive Industries has hired Mike Goh to manage the 3D printing systems manufacturer’s expansion in the Asia Pacific region.

An engineer at Plansee Tungsten Alloys has reportedly received the award for best Master’s Thesis covering metallurgy.

Sigma Labs and the Fraunhofer Research Institution have agreed to jointly research additive manufacturing.

Atlas Pressed Metals says that it has made a number of new appointments.

The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) has launched the MPIF Digital Library.

Additive manufacturing (AM) company Renishaw has supplied Sandvik Additive Manufacturing with its multi-laser RenAM 500Q systems.

Linde’s board of directors has authorized a share repurchase program for up to US$1 billion of its ordinary shares.

The supervisory board of Linde AG has appointed Dr Sven Schneider, previously CFO of the company, as spokesman of the company's executive board.

Plansee Group says that it has participated in the funding round of the Speedinvest Industry fund and become one of its core investors.

Metallurgy company AMG reports that its revenue increased by 27% to US$328.1 million in the Q3 2018 from US$258.9 million in Q3 2017.

Plansee's investments were reportedly at record levels in 2018.

Hexcel Corporation says that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire ARC Technologies Inc.

Metallurgy company AMG has signed of a memorandum of understanding to sell of lithium chemicals to a South Korean company.

Sandvik Machining Solutions says that it is considering the possible closure of its manufacturing facility in Fondettes, France.

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