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Weekly Update  March 23, 2010

Weekly Update March 23, 2010

Pace buys Del Mar's zinc diecasting division Doncasters starts ESL training for workers New approaches in core and mold production

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Weekly UpdateMarch 23, 2010

Organized by China Foundry Association, the China International Foundry Expo (Metalchina & Casting China International) is going on from May 11 to May 14, 2010, in Beijing, China. This combination of foundry supplies and foundries provides the most comprehensive display of productivity solutions for the entire foundry chain under one roof.
For more information, please contact:
(Mr.) Wu Guang
China Foundry Association
T: +86 10-68418899 ext 665
Email: [email protected]

This Week's Metalcasting News Review

Pace Buys Del Mar’s Zinc Diecasting Division
Pace Industries has acquired Del Mar Industries’ zinc diecasting division for an unreported price. Del Mar operates zinc and magnesium diecasting at a plant in Gardena, CA, and aluminum diecasting at Los Angeles Die Casting Co. in Commerce, CA. Read more

Doncasters GCE Starts ESL Training for Workers
“In our pursuit to make our employees the best they can be and promote job satisfaction, it became apparent that we needed to overcome a significant language barrier,” said Edward Ridge, president of Doncasters GCE. Read more

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Developing New Solutions for Core and Moldmaking
Advances in process efficiency and the adoption of low-emission technologies are improving the equipment choices, even for midsized and smaller foundries. Read more

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REB Blog: Drawing a line
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