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Metal industry news, April 2021

Invar effect can improve superalloy strength

Scientists at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology have developed a new way to improve the mechanical strength of superalloys.

Steel industry expert Jon Bolton has been appointed as the chairman of the Materials Processing Institute in the UK.

Umicore says that it expects its adjusted EBIT for 2021 to approach €1 billion, above current market consensus.

GKN Automotive has appointed automotive expert Shaoling (Charlie) Qiu as the new president of its business in China.

Höganäs says that its sustainability report for 2020 is now online.

Makin Metal Powders in the UK has achieved ISO 45001 2018 certification, the standard for management systems for occupational health and safety.

Penn State University says that its project team has been awarded five State grants to help develop new technologies and processes in manufacturing.

Total production of battery electric (BEV), plug-in hybrid (PHEV) and hybrid vehicles (HEV) vehicles increased 25.3% to 23,019 units in February 2021.

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