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 »

A New Trendsetting Fuel Cell Alliance

June 24, 2010

H.C. Starck Ceramics and Kerafol announced their partnership in manufacturing, sales, and distribution of high-temperature SOFCs (solid oxide fuel cells) doped with scandium. Because the scandium-doped zirconia used in these fuel cells is highly conduc ... Read more »

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