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The price of nickel, a key alloying element in low alloy steels, stainless steels, high alloy steels and non-ferrous alloys, broke the US$17,000/t barrier in early April, a rise of 16% since the start of 2014. The strong performance of the nickel price is forecast to continue as a result of reduced supply of nickel ore following an Indonesian ban on exports. Until this ban, Indonesia was the world’s top high-grade nickel ore supplier........Click for more
GKN plc has reported group sales for the three months ended 31 March 2014 reached £1,915 million. This represented a 7% organic increase which was offset by 6% adverse currency translation due to sterling’s strength against most major currencies. Trading profit for the group during the first quarter increased 19% to £166 million, with a trading margin of 8.7%......Click for more
In a recent statement from HC Starck the company has announced that one of its aims for 2014 will be to noticeably expand its market position in the tungsten segment, becoming the world’s largest independent tungsten provider. HC Starck stated its plans to commission two major tungsten joint ventures, one in China and one in Vietnam, were under way.....Click for more
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Hitachi Chemical Co., Ltd., Japan, has announced the completion of a merger by absorption with Hitachi Powdered Metals Co., Ltd. (HPM), a wholly ow... Full story
Eramet, Vale and New Caledonia's South Province sign tripartite agreement on two nickel deposits in New Caledonia
Eramet, Vale Canada and New Caledonia’s South Province have reportedly signed an agreement for the exploration, study and beneficiation of tw... Full story
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The PM-14 International Conference & Exhibition on Powder Metallurgy and Particulate Materials and the 40th Annual Technical Meeting of PMAI, organised by the Powder Metallurgy Association of India (PMAI), took place at the Hotel Le Royal Meridien, Chennai, India, from January 23-25, 2014. In the first of a series of exclusive reports for Powder Metallurgy Review, Professor Ramamohan Tallapragada, PM Consultant, Mumbai, India, provides an overview of the conference. Further technical reports will look in detail at some of the key presentations made during the event....Click for more
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In the third of our reports from the Euro PM2013 conference, Gothenburg, September 15-18 2013, Dr Georg Schlieper reviews a number of papers focuse... Full story
The Hagen Symposium, organised by the Fachverband Pulvermetallurgie, is the annual meeting for many German-speaking Powder Metallurgists. The 32nd ... Full story
In the second of our reports from the Euro PM2013 conference, Gothenburg, September 15-18 2013, Dr Georg Schlieper reviews a number of papers focus... Full story
A session titled “Technologies for PM Growth” took place during a Special Interest Program at PowderMet 2013, Chicago, June 24-27. Duri... Full story
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