Published on June 29th, 2018 | By: Faye Oney0
Ceramic and glass business news of the weekPublished on June 29th, 2018 | By: Faye Oney
Kyocera Corporation announced that its Aquala technology received Japan’s “Prize of the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry” during the 2018 National Invention Awards by the Japan Institute of Invention and Innovation.
Kyle Shen and Randall Stacy have acquired a majority interest in Nexceris, LLC. The company will continue its focus on product expansion within fuel cell, sensor, catalyst, and materials applications.
The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences announces plans to establish a new manufacturing innovation center in Harford County, Maryland. It will focus on developing next-generation industrial additive manufacturing, materials, and processes.
Buehler, a manufacturer of industrial and scientific equipment and supplies for materials analysis is celebrating 20 years of successful ISO certification with DQS Inc., a global certification company. Buehler is one of 150 companies that have 20 years of continuous ISO certification with DQS.
Pilbara Minerals of Australia has produced the first spodumene-tantalum concentrates at its 100%-owned Pilgangoora lithium-tantalum Project in Western Australia. Shipments of spodumene concentrate are expected to start in August 2018.
Kibaran Resources signed a letter of intent with GR Engineering Services this month for the design and construction of processing facilities at its Epanko deposit in Tanzania. The company plans to process 460ktpy of ore and could produce 60ktpy of graphite concentrate.
The battery of a Tesla Model S reignited twice after a fiery crash in Florida, according to a report released on Tuesday by federal investigators. It is another instance of a Tesla vehicle’s battery catching fire in the hours or days after a deadly crash.
Six startup companies have been selected to participate in the 2018 Ameren Accelerator, an innovative public-private partnership with University of Missouri System, UMSL Accelerate, and Capital Innovators, that assesses, mentors, and invests in energy technology startup companies.
Lemon Electronics formed a joint venture with Adsun Impex Pvt Ltd. to build a tempered glass manufacturing unit in Kundli, Haryana. It will create separate distribution channels for tempered glass distribution in different states.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory has joined forces with Wyoming-based Ramaco Resources to develop what could become a new coal-based feedstock for valuable consumer products.
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