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Metal industry news, July 2020

The US had US$1.83 billion worth of metal metals and mining industry M&A deals in Q2 2020, according to market analyst GlobalData.

Plansee reports fall in sales

Plansee reports a 10% fall in sales in the 2019/2020 fiscal year, from €1.52 billion to €1.38 billion.

The MPIF has issued a call for papers for PowderMet2021, which is planned to take place 20–23 June 2021, in Orlando, Florida.

Volume Graphics says that it has updated its VGSTUDIO MAX software with a reverse engineering module.

Surface coating technology company Hardide Coatings has appointed Rob Holmes as its new vice president (VP) of aerospace.

The Grieve Corporation says that it has updated its website with new features and improvements to existing features.

Global iron ore production is expected to decline by 1.2% in 2020 to 2,230.8 million tonnes (Mt), says analytics company GlobalData.

Höganäs' former president of its electro and mechanical technologies business has been appointed the company’s president for continent EMEA.

H C Starck Tantalum & Niobium has reportedly changed its name to Taniobis.

The Metal Powder Industries Federation has released a series of videos reviewing the PM industry in North America, Europe, and Asia.

Embedding metallic nanoparticles inside ceramics could be key to exploiting their commercial potential in many applications

Coventry University in the UK and engineering consultancy TWI Ltd plan to open a center to research fatigue and structural integrity.

Plansee says that it has received supplier awards from three of its customers AMEC, Texas Instruments and Sony.

Metal powder company PyroGenesis Canada has reported revenues of CAN$4.8 million in 2019, a decrease of 4%.

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