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Metal industry news, February 2021

The MPIF reports that Edwin Pope, principal analyst at IHS Markit, will deliver the keynote speech at PowderMet.

ASTM reports that all its May and June standards development meetings have been moved online.

The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) has updated its Global Powder Metallurgy Property Database (GPMD).

Research materials supplier, Goodfellow, has launched a new industry podcast focusing on discussions around materials and their applications.

The EPMA has added links for PM users to take part in its industry trend surveys for 2021.

Gasbarre Thermal Processing Systems has opened a 7,700 ft2 technical center in Livonia, Michigan.

Patrik Johansson has been named vice director for the Graphene Flagship Europe.

Umicore says that its revenues for 2020 were €3.2 billion, a decrease of 4% compared to the previous year.

The EPMA has made available a course covering the use of nickel as feedstock for producing AM parts.

EPMA reports that its EuroHIP Sectoral Group has appointed Dr Ing Anke Kaletsch of RWTH Aachen University as its new chair.

Quintus Technologies has published a new whitepaper about how to improve 3D printed titanium alloy parts through hot isostatic pressing.

Siemens has appointed Roland Busch as its new CEO, replacing Joe Kaeser after 40 years.

The Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining (IOM3) has planned a series of virtual events, podcasts and editorial content about sustainability.

Element Materials Technology (Element) has opened a new SEK25 000 engineering facility in Linköping, Sweden.

Research materials supplier, Goodfellow has joined a UK-China joint working group on graphene standardization.

GKN Aerospace plans to contribute to three programs covering sustainability in the aerospace industry.

Inprotec Ltd manager Chris Oldroyd has been appointed to the board of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) mining technology division.

The US Manufacturing Institute (MI) has announced a three-year project to inspire more women and young people to pursue industry careers.

Komet Deutschland GmbH has decided to restructure its business, following a decline in turnover and profit over the past financial years.

The Alan Turing Institute and the AMRC have signed an agreement to increase the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in manufacturing.

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