Sunday, January, 20, 2019 10:49:24

Contribution By Akshay Kedari


Carpenter buys LPW Technology for $81M to expand additive portfolio

Carpenter Technology Corporation, premium specialty alloy producer, has acquired the leading metal powder and powder lifecycle management solutions company LPW Technology Ltd, reports have confirmed. Valued at nearly $81 million, industry experts say the deal could propel Carpenter to the forefront of the additive manufacturing …

DuPont unveils an innovative lightweight fabric, Nomex Comfort

DuPont Safety & Construction, a protective solutions unit of the renowned American conglomerate DowDuPont, has reportedly announced the launch of its new next-gen protective solution Nomex® Comfort. Reports cite, the new product is an innovative fabric that merges the world-renowned flame resistant (FR) protection properties …

Germany’s Fraunhofer IKTS develops FFF 3D printable metal filament

The German research institute, The Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS, has recently developed a metal filament that could effectively be 3D printed in standard printers, further avoiding use of access metal binder contents for developing hardmetal products. Confirming the recent development, Dr. Johannes …

Lupin to establish Brazil as Latin American production & export hub

Lupin Limited, a renowned Mumbai-based transnational pharmaceutical company, has reportedly announced that it plans to grow its Brazilian operation into a major manufacturing and export hub in the Latin American region. Reports cite, most of Brazil’s neighboring nations already recognize the approvals of the Brazilian …

WorleyParsons to buy Jacobs Engineering’s billion-dollar subsidiary

U.S. technical service company, Jacobs Engineering Group, has recently decided to sell its resources, chemicals and energy business to Australia’s engineering firm, WorleyParsons Ltd. for over $3.3 billion, a deal that would double the size of the WorleyParsons’ current engineering operations. According to The West Australian, …

Eastman & DW Designs unveil polymer audio applications at CanJam

Eastman Chemical Company, an American Fortune 500 specialty chemical firm, has reportedly announced that it has teamed up with DW Designs to develop and test beryllium models for in-ear monitor housings with different materials. Reports cite, DW Designs, a specialty acoustics company, and Eastman Chemical …

Turkmenistan establishes a chemical plant worth USD 3.4 billion

Turkmenistan has reportedly set the ball rolling for an all-new chemicals plant, for an apparent valuation of over USD 3 billion. According to authentic reports, the construction of the chemicals plant seems to be a conjoined effort, with Japan’s procurement and construction firm TOYO Engineering …