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Metal industry news, November 2020

ASTM has presented its Award of Merit to Roger Lewis Brockenbrough for his contributions to its metallic-coated iron and steel products committees.

Russell Stokes appointed new CEO of GE Aviation

Russell Stokes has been named CEO and President of GE Aviation Services.

3D Systems report that it will sell Cimatron Ltd, a company which supplies CAD/CAM software and CNC programming software.

The MPIF says that its next Basic PM Short Course will take place from 18–22 January 2021, and its Virtual PM Sintering Seminar from 8–11 March 2021.

EPMA has issued a call for papers for its Euro PM2021 Congress.

Italy PM company Mimete Srl has launched two new iron-based powders: standard Duplex MARS F51 and Super-duplex MARS F53.

Sandvik has signed an agreement to acquire US based CGTech, which makes software for numerical control (NC/CNC) simulation, verification and optimization.

Plansee reports that it is accepting applications for its vocational training places for school students.

UK car production fell in September with output down 5%, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).

Umicore says that its full year adjusted EBIT will be around €465 million – €490 million.

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