The Auckland office will focus exclusively on providing sales, technical and customer support for New Zealand customers.
The International Titanium Association is seeking nominations for its 9th annual Titanium Applications Development Award which offers a prize of $20,000!
Maurice “Maury” Petersen founded the company on Feb. 15, 1965 as an aluminum distributor in Chicago, then worked with his son Mike as the company grew to become one of the construction industry’s premier architectural metals manufacturers.
KION North America Corp. announces the appointment of additional territory to existing full-line Linde authorized dealer, Tri-Lift NC, Inc.
Efforts to focus on trade and transportation funding, among others.
TMW will expand the capacity of its present Red Bud, Ill., facility to include a new EPS processing and technology center and associated equipment to process the new generation of higher strength steels.
Yale Materials Handling Corp. announces a new line of industrial engines from Power Solutions International, Inc. (PSI) for its 3,000 – 7,000-pound Class IV and V lift trucks.
Rousseau Metal, located in St-Jean-Port-Joli, Quebec, is celebrating its 65th year in business this year.
Steel Dynamics, Inc. has awarded Nelson Steel’s Technology Group and Butech Bliss contracts to provide equipment to upgrade the existing hot band finishing line at their Butler, Ind., facility.
The Aluminum Association today released a comprehensive manual that details the range of joining technologies used for the assembly of aluminum parts in automotive applications.
As “The Bright World of Metals”, the four events will provide a complete overview of the international metallurgy market from June 16 - 20, 2015 at the fairgrounds in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Totem Steel International and Tata International Metals Americas, a division of Tata International Limited, announced that effective on February 1, 2015; Totem Steel will be continuing its operations as Tata International Metals Americas.
Forming Technologies Inc., software developer, today announces that it has acquired Rand Technologies Japan and created a new company, FTI Rand Japan KK.
New facility allows for increased applications engineering support and future growth.