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Metal industry news, October 2020

Höganäs has secured its first commercial order for a Cleanit EC pilot test installation for a wastewater treatment project near Shanghai.

ASTM's nonferrous metals and alloys committee (B02) has presented an award to Sandvik Materials Technology's Keith M Hottle.

Asset management group Aurelius Equity Opportunities has agreed to acquire GKN Wheels & Structures from GKN.

Sandvik plans to distribute SMT to Sandvik’s shareholders and list the company’s shares on the Nasdaq Stockholm Exchange.

The US Department of Defense has contracted Desktop Metal to develop a high-volume manufacturing process to mass product cobalt-free hardmetal parts.

GKN Aerospace reports that it is leading a UK project focused on trialling digital technologies in the manufacturing environment.

GKN Automotive has partnered with Tata Technologies to set up an e-mobility software engineering center in India.

The AMRC has submitted a £75 million bid to speed up the decarbonization of the UK’s Humber region.

Metrology company GOM UK plans to run a series of webinars covering different areas of optical metrology within the metal forming industry.

Sandvik has signed an agreement to sell its Exploration business to Drillman, a subsidiary of the Australia-based M Group of companies.

NeoGraf Solutions, which makes graphite sheets and powders, has appointed Drew Walker as its new president.

Umicore says that it plans to move its cobalt refining activities to its Kokkola refinery in Finland.

Sandvik has completed its acquisition of Allied Construction Products, a US distributor of hydraulic hammers for the construction and mining industries.

According to Siemens, Eva Riesenhuber has been appointed its new head of investor relations.

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has launched an apprentice support program.

ASM International has launched a customizable online database of inorganic materials.

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