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Metal industry news, July 2019

Sintavia acquires NDT company

Additive manufacturing (AM) company Sintavia has acquired QC Laboratories, a non-destructive testing (NDT) services company.

The MPIF has reported that Ian White, former president of Hoeganaes Corporation, died recently.

Sandvik reports that it has acquired a large stake in Beam IT, an Italian additive manufacturing (AM) specialist.

Sandvik has reported an order decline in its interim Q2 2019 report.

GKN Powder Metallurgy has opened a new customer center in Bonn, Germany, following its inauguration of centers in China and North America.

UK automotive productivity is up 208% since 1999, according to data published by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).

Registration is now open for the IHEA seminars covering combustion, safety standards and codes, and process heating.

APMI International has named its Fellows for 2019.

H C Starck has reported an increase in adjusted annual sales for the group by 23% to €581.7 million.

Höganäs says that it plans to expand its operations in Johnstown, PA, USA,

Element Materials Technology says that it has expanded testing services to develop Internet of Things (IoT) standardization.

OCSiAl, which makes graphene nanotubes, has been added to a list of startup companies valued at US$1 billion or more.

The Metal Powder Industries Federation's (MPIF) has announced the recipients of the 2019 MPIF Distinguished Service to Powder Metallurgy (PM) award.

The Plansee Group has reportedly achieved sales revenue of €1.52 billion in 2018, a 17% year-over-year increase over 2017’s figures of €1.3 billion.

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has launched a project focusing on the development of materials for energy, telecommunications, medicine and IT.

British car production in May 2019 fell by 15.5%, according the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).

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