China maintains high growth in PM production

March 25, 2011

China’s continuing boom in automobile production, motorcycles, household appliances, power tools, etc., also helped to maintain high levels of growth for the country’s PM industry in 2010. According to figures ... Read more »

New Chief Executive for GKN

March 24, 2011

GKN plc, the world’s largest manufacturer of powder metallurgy (PM) components, has announced that as of 1 January 2012 Nigel Stein will succeed Sir Kevin Smith as Chief Executive of ... Read more »

CM Furnaces celebrates 65th anniversary

March 22, 2011

CM Furnaces, based in Bloomfield, New Jersey, USA, is celebrating its 65th anniversary this year. CM Furnaces builds both batch and continuous pusher furnaces Founded in 1946 by Seth Combs ... Read more »

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