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Metal industry news, May 2020

The MPIF has made available the Spring edition of its International Journal of Powder Metallurgy online.

The NCDMM's CEO, Dr Dean L Bartles, has been appointed to the National Small Business Association (NSBA) Leadership Council.

The organizers of the Advanced Engineering Show have issued a call for abstracts.

3D printing company ExOne has launched a social media campaign focusing on the sustainable aspects of metal binder jetting technology.

Sandvik has reportedly initiated a project to buy scrap from its customers to turn it into new products.

Bernhard Schretter plans to retire as a member of the board of metals specialist Plansee.

The SMMT has released new sector-specific guidance covering how automotive production sites can control the risk of transmission of Covid-19.

New class of materials based on liquid metal lattices

Sandvik Machining Solutions has divested its 10% minority ownership in Gesac, a Chinese joint venture.

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has appointed Paul Heard as the new chief executive of the SMMT Industry Forum.

The Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials is reportedly developing an iron-based sintered brake pad for motorcycles.

BASF plans to develop a battery recycling cluster in Finland serving the electric vehicle market.

A number of organizations are offering aid and public funding for Covid-19 projects as part of the EU-based AMable project.

Sandvik Additive Manufacturing's its titanium powder plant and additive manufacturing (AM) operations have received AS9100 Revision D certification.

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) says that UK engine production declined 40% in March due to COVID-19 impacting output.

Umicore says that in order to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on results, it has taken several measures to reduce costs.

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