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  • New Management for Kalenborn Abresist

    Kalenborn Abresist Corp. announced that Craig Frendewey, senior vice president, will take full responsibility of its North American operations. These operations include Kalenborn Abresist, Kalenborn Canada and Kalenborn Technologies.        Frendewey first joined the...

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  • Stedman Expands Testing and Toll Processing Facility

    The Stedman Machine Co. expanded its testing and toll processing facility with two horizontal-shaft impactors and a vertical roller mill fine grinding system. Other full-size equipment includes cage mills, vertical shaft impactors, hammer mills, vertical roller mills, and lump breakers. Open,...

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  • New Bulk Material Simulation Software Released

    EDEM, a Discrete Element Method (DEM) specialist, has released EDEM 2017, featuring a GPU solver engine, a new interface, and key enhancements in usability and performance that further streamline simulation workflow. The latest release includes access to a GPU solver engine that has been...

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  • Agilent to Construct Manufacturing Facility in Colorado

    Agilent Technologies Inc. has bought land in Frederick, CO to construct a new manufacturing facility that the company said will “more than double” its production capacity for nucleic acid active pharmaceutical ingredients, the Santa Clara, CA-based company announced Tuesday. “The...

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  • Dept. of Commerce Invests $22M in Advanced Manufacturing Center

    The US Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) is contributing a $2.2 million grant to the Osceola [FL] County Board of County Commissioners to assist in the construction of the Florida Advanced Manufacturing Research Center, the agency announced Tuesday. “...

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  • Costs for Agriculture Production in US Declined in 2015

    The long-term trend of growing costs for agricultural production the US may be changing, according to data released Aug. 4 by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS). The cost of agricultural production for American farmers dropped in 2015 to $362.8...

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  • PA Mill Faces $195k OSHA Fines for Combustible Dust Hazards

    The US Department of Labor’s Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) cited a mill in Albion, PA for five willful, nine repeat, 12 serious, and one other-than-serious safety and health violations, the agency announced Tuesday. Visited by OSHA inspectors on Feb. 10 as a follow up...

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  • Report Predicts Diafuku Will Lead Global AMH Market by 2020

    A newly-released report forecasts that Japanese provider of material handling systems Diafuku will lead sales of automated material handling equipment (AMH) by 2020, followed by Bosch Rexroth and Murata. Mordor Intelligence’s report, “Automated Material Handling Systems Market,”...

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  • Conveying Equipment Orders, Sales up over 2015

    The Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA) reported that its June 2016 booked orders increased 13.1% when compared to June 2015 orders. When compared to May 2016, June 2016 booked orders were down 13.3%. June booked orders were up 13.8% for Bulk Handling Equipment and down 22...

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  • New MSU Food Processing Center to Help Companies Expand

    Michigan State University (MSU) expects to initiate construction of a new, $8 million food processing center this Fall, allowing “second-stage” companies to perform tests on new products and markets prior to investing in expansion, Crain’s Detroit Business reported Sunday. The...

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