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Metal processing news, July 2012

TAT Technologies has released details on the first sintering course the company plans to hold at its newly acquired a 5,000 ft building in St Mary’s, Penns

GKN Sinter Metals in China says it is increasing its capacity to meet increasing demand from global and domestic customers in that country.

Union Process Inc has supplied two dry grinding Attritors for a high-tech advanced materials company.

The MPIF says that registration must be one by 10 August to save money on its PM Sintering Seminar.

Sandvik Mining has agreed to deliver a large materials handling and crushing system for a copper mine with a customer in South America.

BASF has opened a global mining research and development facility at the Australian Minerals Research Centre (AMRC) in Perth.

Miba has posted encouraging first quarter sales and levels of orders, with consolidated sales in the first quarter 2012-2013 (February 1 to April 30) risin

The Global Powder Metallurgy Property Database has upgraded its storehouse of material properties.

North American Tungsten’s Cantung Mine in the Northwest Territories, Canada, has restarted production as of today, following the reopening of the Nahanni R

Rio Tinto Metal Powders (RTMP) has appointed Marie LaPointe the new executive director of operations for steel and powders.

Dr Robert Williams named chief technology officer of NSU Resources Inc

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