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Powder applications news, January 2011

Interpon M1000 – AA0037 Approved For CARC Military Applications

According to Automotive News, from February, Ford Motor Co will pay its auto-parts suppliers, including those supplying PM parts, five times a month for de

Nissan North America has a new mission that could be good news for US PM suppliers.

Toyota is to manufacture lithium ion batteries for its plug-in vehicles from the autumn.

Plansee High Performance Materials (HPM) has completed its acquisition of a majority stake in Wolfra-Tech Pvt. Ltd, which is based in Mysore, India. The tr

Ford sales in India, spearheaded by the Ford Figo, nearly tripled last year to more than 83 000 units.

Researchers have developed a new metal nanomaterial for use in Li-ion batteries.

Metaltech, Inc, based in DuBois, Pennsylvania, USA, plans increase its plant size to more than 27,000 ft2 and double production capacity.

AkzoNobel, the world’s largest paints and coatings company and a major producer of specialty chemicals, has announced a strategic investment in a new powde

The MPIF reports that Dynamet Technology, Inc has started to develop titanium automotive-powertrain parts financed by a science research grant.

Additions round out Wagner's representation throughout North America

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