Aerospace News for October 2009

Aerospace News Archive

U.S. Industrial Production Inches Upward in September

Industrial production rose 0.7% in September after an upwardly revised gain of 1.2% in August, according to a newly released report from the Federal Reserve.

Metalformers See Business Leveling Off in the Fourth Quarter

Metalforming companies expect business conditions and incoming orders to plateau during the final quarter of 2009. That’s according to the October 2009 Precision Metalforming Association, or PMA, Business Conditions Report.

AESF Electroplating Course Set for October 26–29 in Warwick, R.I.

The AESF Foundation announces the last call for its Electroplating and Surface Finishing Course, scheduled to take place Oct. 26–29 at the Holiday Inn Express at 901 Jefferson Blvd. in Warwick, R.I. The deadline for registration is Monday, Oct. 19.

DYMAX Taps Industry Veteran to Head up Regulatory Affairs, Quality Control

DYMAX, Corporation, a manufacturer of advanced light-curable adhesives, coatings, and curing equipment, has announced the appointment of Peter Zazzaro as global director of quality and regulatory affairs. In his new position, Zazzaro will report directly to Greg Bachmann, president.

ITW Gema and Alliance Surface Finishing Team up To Market New Powder Coating Process

ITW Gema and Alliance Surface Finishing, Inc., recently reached an agreement on a strategic global partnership to promote a new Alliance Surface Finishing-patented technology known as the Dual Coat System, or DCS. This new technology enables manufacturers to apply two different powder coat films within the same powder booth and then co-cure.