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Metal processing news, June 2012

Molycorp’s acquisition of Canadian-based Neo Material Technologies Inc has officially closed.

Ipsen exhibited its TITAN DS furnace for metal injection moulding (MIM) and PM applications for the first time at PowderMet, which took place in Nashville,

China has released a white paper which sets out the government’s plans to improve the health and sustainability of the industry.

Rio Tinto has committed US$4.2 billion to develop its tier one iron ore business. The investment covers US$3.7 billion to expand its Pilbara iron ore opera

Additive manufacturing (AM) specialist EOS has signed a strategic development partnership with precious metals supplier Cookson Precious Metals (CPM) to jo

Oerlikon Balzers, which currently operates 15 coating centres in North America, is expanding its Rock Hill, South Carolina operation.

Rio Tinto has reached an agreement to sell Alcan Cable to General Cable Corporation for US$185 million.

Mott Corporation has been successfully recertified to the ISO 9001:2008 standard.

Ipsen USA is scheduled to ship 10 vacuum furnaces during June, setting a new furnace shipment record for one month.

Linde engineers are presenting a paper showing how the production process for powdered metal parts can be improved by precisely controlling the chemical ca

Harper International has been selected by Allomet Corporation for the design of a new continuous rotary furnace for the production of specialty composite m

RM Forum’s Sintering Forum focuses on selective laser melting of metal powders applied to rapid manufacturing, in particular in the aeronautics, medical an

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