Powder Metallurgy Review – a new magazine for the PM industry is launched

September 17, 2012

September 17, 2012


Powder Metallurgy Review is a new

quarterly magazine for the Powder

Metallurgy industry

Powder Metallurgy Review, a new quarterly magazine for the Powder Metallurgy industry has been launched by Inovar Communications Ltd.

Available in both print and digital formats, Powder Metallurgy Review will bring together news, technical articles and conference reports from the publisher’s highly successful weekly PM industry e-newsletter and website, along with additional content exclusive to the magazine.

“This new high quality quarterly magazine will specifically focus on developments in the global press and sinter PM industry, including ferrous and non-ferrous components, hard materials, PM high alloy steels, PM superalloys, diamond tools and sintered magnets, as well as HIP/CIP and powder forging. We have launched the title in response to feedback from industry professionals, who, whilst appreciating the advantages of a weekly e-newsletter, also wish to have information on the PM industry in a format that they can save, either digitally or in print, for future reference,” stated Paul Whittaker, Editor of the new publication and the ipmd.net e-newsletter.

“As with our sister publication, PIM International, our aim is to not only provide relevant coverage of the industry and its many players, but to present the industry in a positive light, as the dynamic, modern and successful advanced metal forming process that it is.”

The launch issue of Powder Metallurgy Review (Vol. 1 No. 1 Autumn/Fall 2012) can downloaded free of charge from the ipmd.net website (www.ipmd.net/powder_metallurg_review ). Copies of the printed version are available from the publisher’s stand at Euro PM2012 Conference and Exhibition, Basel, Switzerland (September 17-19) and the PM2012 World Congress and Exhibition, Yokohama, Japan (October 14-18).

In addition to distribution at key international PM events, Powder Metallurgy Review will be circulated by mail to selected PM industry professionals worldwide.

From 2013 the new magazine will be published four times a year (Vol. 2 Nos. 1-4). Those wishing to ensure that they receive every issue in print format can purchase a subscription for £85 per year including worldwide shipping.

For editorial enquiries, contact Paul Whittaker, Editor. Powder Metallurgy Review, email [email protected] . For advertising enquiries, contact Jon Craxford, Advertising Sales Director, [email protected] .



Powder Metallurgy Review: Autumn/Fall 2012 (Vol.1 No.1)

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Posted by: Paul Whittaker, Editor ipmd.net, [email protected]   

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