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Metal processing news, August 2016

Winfried J Huppmann, a distinguished member of the international PM community, passed away on 13 August 2016, reports the MPIF.

Date set for atomizing short course

Atomising Systems Ltd has announced the dates of their next short course on atomization for metal powders.

Höganäs has won two awards for best paper and best poster at the 11th International Conference on Brazing.

An official call for presentations has been announced for the AMPM2017 show.

An official call for papers and posters has been announced for Powdermet2017.

Zenyatta has appointed Mara Strazdins as VP corporate communications and investor relations.

The Plansee Group reports that in the 2015/16 fiscal year it achieved consolidated sales of €1.18 billion.

Daido Steel Co Ltd and Honda Motor Co Ltd have developed a hot deformed neodymium magnet containing no heavy rare earth.

Fives Liné Machines has launched Liné Machines Robotic.

Materials processing specialist Oerlikon has joined America Makes, the US National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute.

The Sixth Element, a producer of graphene and graphene oxide, has appointed Bernhard Münzing as sales director.

H.C. Starck reports that its powder divisions will become independent limited liability companies (GmbHs).

Arcam reports that its net sales increased by 17 % to SEK 307.6 million from SEK 262.0 million from January – June 2016.

Bodycote says that its facility in Chard, Somerset, has entered the SC21 Supply Chain programme at Silver Award level.

GKN has reported sales up 17% from £3,853 million to £4,518 million in its latest six months' report.

Bodycote, a leading thermal processing services provider, has opened a new plant in Greenville, South Carolina.

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