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Metal industry news, August 2019

GKN Automotive employee Melissa Chigubu has won the 2019 Top 50 Women in Engineering award for current and former apprentices.

Software provider MineHub has formed a partnership with risk management company Amphora to help streamline mining and metals trading operations.

Aerospace manufacturer GKN Fokker is reportedly celebrating its centenary.

Björn Rosengren, president and CEO of Sandvik, reportedly plans to resign and leave the company as of 1 February 2020.

Technology company TRUMPF has reported an increase in 2018 sales of 6%, from €3.6 to €3.8 billion.

Carpenter says that its net sales for Q4 2019 were US$641.4 million, compared with US$618.0 mil-lion in Q4 2018, an increase of US$23.4 million.

3D Systems and industrial automation company GF Machining Solutions have extended their AM partnership in the Greater China region.

Element says that three of its US-based polymer engineers have been appointed to the Milwaukee board of the Society of Plastics Engineers.

UK innovation center CPI is contributing its facilities to an EU project focused on researching lightweight embedded electronics.

Senvol says that its president has been elected to serve as chair of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) additive manufacturing (AM) community.

Powder pressing company Gasbarre has promoted Joseph D Hall to aftermarket services manager for powder compaction solutions.

The University of Michigan (U-M) has opened a new institute to integrate materials research across the university.

Renishaw has reportedly held two workshops at a Girls into Technology event in Gloucestershire, UK.

Umicore reports that its first half 2019 revenues were €1.6 billion, a 3% decrease from the same period of the previous year.

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