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Metalforming Industry Movers & Shakers

Thursday, July 30, 2015

General Sheet Metal Works, Inc., South Bend, IN, has appointed Art Harrison president of its AAA Tool & Die subsidiary. General Sheet Metal Works and AAA Tool & Die serve a variety of manufacturers in alternative-energy, lawn-and-garden, automotive-aftermarket, agricultural and other markets.

Weiler Corp., Cresco, PA, has added Brian Seelig as vice president, global operations. Weiler Corp. provides power brushes, abrasives and maintenance products for surface conditioning. 

Apply for 2015 Swedish Steel Prize

Wednesday, July 29, 2015
The 17th annual Swedish Steel Prize, presented by steel company SSAB, will be awarded in November to recognize and reward the most creative, innovative products or solutions that utilize high-strength steel. Applications are now being accepted for the 2015 prize, with a deadline of August 15. The winner will be announced at a ceremony in Stockholm, Sweden.
The theme for this year’s competition is “Improve to attract the future,” designed to focus on smart and sustainable solutions.
“With this theme, we want to emphasize the importance of the continuous product development needed to build a more sustainable world,” says Gregoire Parenty, chairman of the Swedish Steel Prize jury and head of market development at SSAB.
Since the competition began in 1999, SSAB has received more than 800 nominations. International competition increases each year with more and more countries being represented from North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
The 2014 Swedish Steel Prize was awarded to truck manufacturer Belaz from Belarus for its innovative new construction for axle suspension and slewing bearings used to build the world’s largest dump truck.
For complete rules and to apply, visit

Kemper Launches Safe-Welding Portal

Tuesday, July 28, 2015
With the intent of raising awareness of robust work safety for metal processors, Kemper GmbH, headquartered in Vreden, Germany, and manufacturer of extraction and filter systems for the metal-processing industry, has launched
Tightening of general requirements are forcing manufacturers to focus more strongly on work safety, and companies still have catching up to do when it comes to effective employee protection, according to Kemper officials. That is why the company is seeking to generate awareness about robust work safety among welders and employers. The portal includes subjects focusing on hazards that exist in welding and how they can be minimized. It also offers information on effective extraction and filter technology.


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