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Metal industry news, August 2020

The Manufacturing Technology Deployment Group (MTDG) has appointed Stephan Biller as the CEO of its new subsidiary.

The SMMT reports that UK engine production declined 10.6% in July to 176,377 units.

The EPMA reports that registration is now open for Euro PM2020 which will take place online for the first time from 5-7 October 2020.

A new report from market analyst Fact.MR suggests that the global market for automotive lightweight material could reach US$400 billion by 2030.

The MPIF is hosting a new webinar entitled ‘Thriving out of Crisis’ for its members.

Platinum Tooling Technologies, a US importer of metal tools, has appointed Chris Blaine as its new sales manager.

The ASM International Board of Trustees has named two metal spray expects as its award program recipients for 2020.

The Verder Group has acquired German company Porotec GmbH, a company which develops and sells particle and porosity measurement instruments.

The MPIF has released its 2020 edition of its Standard 35 entitled Materials Standards for PM Structural Parts.

The US government reports that Sudarsanam Suresh Babu is one of the new members appointed to the National Science Board (NSB).

Fraunhofer Institute says that it has formed a new working group to research soft magnetic materials for renewable energy and electromobility applications.

Umicore reports that its revenues for the first six months of 2020 were €1.6 billion, a reduction of 4% year on year.

America Makes has made four new project calls with the aim of promoting additive manufacturing (AM).

The MPIF has announced the winners of its 2020 powder metallurgy design excellence awards competition in the Consumer Goods segment.

Nadine Crauwels has been appointed as a member of the Sandvik’s executive management board.

Aerojet Rocketdyne says that it has supplied a range of components for the Perseverance Rover.

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