Phoenix Sintered Metals acquires Catalus Corporation

Companies & MarketsNews
February 7, 2024

February 7, 2024

Phoenix will continue operations at the Catalus facility under the new name Phoenix Sintered Metals Galeton (Courtesy Phoenix Sintered Metals)
Phoenix will continue operations at the Catalus facility under the new name Phoenix Sintered Metals Galeton (Courtesy Phoenix Sintered Metals)

Phoenix Sintered Metals, LLC, headquartered in Brockway, Pennsylvania, USA, has announced it acquired the assets of Catalus Corporation, effective February 1, 2024. The company stated it will continue operations at Catalus Corporation’s Galeton, Pennsylvania, facility under the new name Phoenix Sintered Metals Galeton, LLC.

Blaine Stebik, who is currently serving as Phoenix’s Chief Technology Officer, will also take on the role of General Manager at the Galeton facility. Phoenix Sintered Metals will lead both facilities.

THE WORLD OF POWDER METALLURGY TO YOUR INBOX
Subscribe to our weekly newsletter
Sign up

Pete Varischetti, president of Phoenix Sintered Metals, stated, “The combining of knowledge and resources of these previously separate entities will open up new opportunities and solutions to our current and new customers in a variety of markets.”

The Catalus research facility is located in Galeton (Courtesy Phoenix Sintered Metals)
The Catalus research facility is located in Galeton (Courtesy Phoenix Sintered Metals)

Phoenix Sintered Metals, like Catalus, is a family-owned business. Originally founded as St. Marys Carbon in 1939, the company ventured into Powder Metallurgy in the early 1950s, when it began producing powder metal components. SMC Powder Metallurgy was established as a division of the carbon business, later changing its name to Catalus Corporation in 2018.

www.phoenixsintered.com

cataluscorp.com

Download PM Review magazine
Companies & MarketsNews
February 7, 2024

In the latest issue of PM Review…

Download PDF

Extensive Powder Metallurgy industry news coverage, and the following exclusive deep-dive articles and reports:

  • “Scrap is the new gold” and other hardmetal and hard materials insights from Euro PM2023 Congress, Lisbon
  • IperionX: A Powder Metallurgy route to lower-cost recycled titanium plate, billet, bar and preforms with reduced CO2 emissions
  • A review of the sintering of iron-copper-carbon alloys for structural Powder Metallurgy applications

The latest news from the world of metal powders, delivered to your inbox

Don't miss any new issue of PM Review, and get the latest industry news. Sign up to our weekly newsletter.

Sign up

Join our community

Discover our magazine archive…

The free-to-access PM Review magazine archive offers unparalleled insight into the world of Powder Metallurgy from a commercial and technological perspective through:

  • Reports on visits to leading PM part manufacturers, metal powder manufacturers and industry suppliers
  • Articles on technology and application trends
  • Information on materials developments
  • Reviews of key technical presentations from the international conference circuit
  • International industry news

All past issues are available to download as free PDFs or view in your browser.

 

Browse the archive

 

Looking for PM production equipment, metal powders, R&D support and more?

Discover suppliers of these and more in our
advertisers’ index and buyer’s guide, available in the back of PM Review magazine.

  • Powders & materials
  • Powder process, classification & analysis
  • PM products
  • Atomisers & powder production technology
  • Compaction presses, tooling & ancillaries
  • Sintering equipment & ancillaries
  • Post-processing
  • Consulting & toll sintering
View online
Share via
Copy link