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ECOSINT: The New High Performance Steel Powder

August 2, 2010

Italian powder producer POMETON has launched a new high performance steel powder that uses lower amounts of alloying elements, offers excellent hardenability and versatility. This, claims the company, enhances PM part production and reduces overall produc ... Read more »

Höganäs reports improved sales

July 20, 2010

Swedish powder manufacturer Höganäs AB reported net sales up 65% year on year in its January to June 2010 interim report. CEO Alrik Danielsson stated that “The market continued to improve across most of our regions in the second quarter. B ... Read more »

Union Process expands presence in China

July 20, 2010

Union Process, Inc., known globally as a manufacturer of size reduction and dispersing equipment for a broad range of industrial applications, has moved its China operation into a larger facility. ... Read more »

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