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Understanding Non-Ferrous Metals – Properties, Uses and Recycling
24.10.2014
Understanding Non-Ferrous Metals – Properties, Uses and Recycling
Bauxite, aluminum, brass, copper, nickel, tin, lead, titanium, zinc, platinum, gold, silver and others are non-ferrous metal products. They are non-ferrous because they contain very less amount of iron. They are expensive than ferrous metals and refined through electrolysis method
Gold Ore and Reserve Stock Prices Rise
24.10.2014
Gold Ore and Reserve Stock Prices Rise
America: The reserve and gold ore prices of the mining and reserve industry have been continuously rising. The stocks of the company named Gold-Ore have also leaped by 25 percent in the first month of the current year. The company that mines gold-ores, which is used in manufacturing luxury and fashion metal products or goods
Rising Copper Prices Open New Opportunities
24.10.2014
Rising Copper Prices Open New Opportunities
Beijing: The rising copper prices have opened the door for many innovations and new concepts in the metal products industry. Being used widely in the manufacturing as well as construction industry, copper has gained the title of being a globally volatile method. Copper prices have been observed to be quite vulnerable to prevailing
MTQ Welding Engineering Raises Profits
24.10.2014
MTQ Welding Engineering Raises Profits
Singapore: Before MTQ Engineering had acquired the Singaporean core machineries, they used to take 24 hours to complete each welding jobs and that too, manually. But with funding acquired from NTUC Inclusive Growth Programme, the newly purchased hardware reduced the welding engineering time to just six hours