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Metal processing news, May 2016

H.C. Starck increases revenues despite weak raw materials markets

H.C. Starck, a leading manufacturer of powders and components, said that it performed well in 2015 ‘despite a difficult market environment’.

Arcam builds new powder manufacturing plant

Arcam’s powder manufacturing subsidiary AP&C, based in Montreal, Canada, continues to add capacity by building a new powder manufacturing plant.

The Industrial Heating Equipment Association (IHEA) has announced its 2016-2017 board of directors and executive officers.

Linde LLC will present an overview of furnace atmospheres at PowderMet 2016 this June.

Dr Andreas Meier, CEO and chairman of the executive board of H.C. Starck Group, has left the company.

UK-based additive manufacturing (AM) specialist Metalysis has formed a new partnership with K Home International.

Frost & Sullivan has named Divergent 3D as the recipient of its 2016 North American Technology Innovation Award.

Metal Powder Products, a manufacturer of aluminum and ferrous powder metal components, has been acquired by Millstein & Co.

AMG Advanced Metallurgical Group NV has reported EBITDA for Q1 2016 of US$21.2 million, a 4% increase from US$20.4 million in Q1 2015.

Sinterite, a Gasbarre Furnace Group Company, has installed a custom pusher furnace in Pennsylvania, USA.

Bodycote reports that its Derby, UK location is the first facility in Europe to earn MedAccred accreditation.

GKN plc reports that management sales for the three months ended 31 March 2016 were a 12% increase over Q1 2015 figures.

The Canadian government plans to invest CAN$1,500,000 in the Quebec Metallurgy Centre.

Beko Technologies has was officially open the doors of Beko Technologies UK, in Redditch, Worcestershire.

The global powder injection molding components (PIM) market should reach US$3.1 billion in 2020.

According to Asian IT news website Digitimes, Apple’s new range of MacBooks could be made using metal injection molded (MIM) hinges.

Professor Wolfgang Reitzle has been elected to the supervisory board of gas specialist Linde as a shareholder representative.

Researchers from Californian universities have developed and tested a type of steel alloy which could withstand an impact without deforming permanently.

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