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Metal industry news, October 2021

The MPIF has elected Rodney Brennen, vice president of Metco Industries, as its 31st president, succeeding North American Höganäs’ Dean Howard.

EPMA reports successful Euro PM2021

The EPMA says that its Euro PM Congress & Exhibition was a successful online event.

GKN Aerospace has opened its new Global Technology Centre (GTC) in Bristol, UK.

Spirit AeroSystems has opened its National Defense Prototype Center (NDPC).

3D printing institute America Makes has appointed Kimberly Gibson as its first ecosystem director.

Powder producer Equispheres has appointed Thomas Bloor as its new head of global business development.

Emma Lefdal has been appointed vice president for marketing and corporate communications at PM manufacturer Höganäs.

Umicore has signed two five-year agreements to be supplied lithium by mining companies Ganfeng Lithium Co Ltd and Vulcan Energy Resources.

GE will reportedly invest up to US$100 million over ten years to the next ten years to increase the diversity of young people in engineering.

The MPIF says that the proceedings of its PowderMet2021, AMPM2021 and Tungsten, Refractory & Hardmaterials 2021 conferences are now available for purchase.

The MPIF has released details of a new self-study course covering powder metallurgy and particulate materials processing.

The MPIF’s 2021 metal AM outstanding technical paper award has been given to the authors of ‘Electrostatic Charging and its Impact on Powder Flowability’.

The MPIF says that a NSF grant will be provided to some students to attend its PowderMet2022 and AMPM2022 conferences, taking place in Portland, Oregon.

A new report published by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) says that vehicles as the UK’s single most valuable goods trade export.

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) reports that 32,721 battery electric vehicles (BEVs) were registered in September.

ASTM says that its November and December Committee Week meetings planned to take place in Atlanta, Georgia, will now be online.

Hard materials specialist Hyperion Materials has acquired GLE Precision, a Michigan-based manufacturer of high-precision small parts.

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