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Metal processing news, July 2015

SECO/Warwick Group to supply furnaces to titanium recycling plant

SECO/warwick Europe and Retech Systems (USA) will deliver melt shop equipment package to a new European facility for recycling of aviation-grade titanium.

J L Becker has appointed Keith Lloyd as sales representative for the Southern United States.

The MPIF is running its PM post-sintering seminar in September, for the first time in ten years.

The EPMA reports that PM Structural Parts will once again feature in the Euro PM technical program.

Jane LaGoy, technical services manager at Bodycote, has been given the 2015 ASTM International President’s Leadership Award.

A new technical report on a graphite mine in Canada, suggests that the mine could produce graphite powder pure enough to be used in PM products.

A team of scientists working within a European consortium has now taken the breakthrough in ultrasound degassing of molten aluminium alloys.

UK-based Atomising Systems Limited (ASL) has expanded its workforce to cope with a major influx of orders for metal powder.

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Patrick Weymer has been appointed sales & applications engineer at industrial furnace supplier J.L. Becker, part of Gasbarre.

The UK automotive sector reached its all time highest turnover of £69.5 billion in 2014.

Metaldyne’s Indian, operation has been recognized by Ford Motor Company with a World Excellence Award for production in clutch modules.

Plansee Group says that it increased its consolidated sales in the fiscal year 2014/15 to €1.26 billion.

GKN Automotive has officially opened its new regional headquarters for the Americas in Auburn Hills, Michigan.

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