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GIFA North American Exhibitors (as of April 27)


Exhibitor ............................................................................ City/Town, Country .............. Hall / Stand AluQuebec La Grappe industrielle de l’alunimium du Quebec .. Montreal, Quebec, Canada ................. 12 C08 Can-Eng Furnaces International Ltd. ......................... Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada ....................... 10 G41 CASTOOL Tooling Systems ............................................ Uxbridge, Ontario, Canada ....................... 11 H44 ECCOMELT LLC c/o House of Metal Company Ltd. .... Toronto, Ontario, Canada ....................... 12 A27 TECHMIRE ..................................................................... Montréal, Quebec, Canada ........................ 11 F42 Ditemsa ................................................................................ Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico ........................ 15 F33 Nutec Bickley


............................................................................. Nuevo Leon, Mexico ....................... 10 A41


Allied Metals Corporation ................................................................ Troy, Mich., U.S. ....................... 13 C55 Allied Mineral Products, Inc. ..................................................... Columbus, Ohio, U.S. ....................... 10 C40 Amcol International (AMCOL Metalcasting) ................... Hoffman Estates, Ill., U.S.


...................... 12 E34


American Foundry Society, Inc. ................................................. Schaumburg, Ill., U.S. ........................ 15 F29 Belmont Metals Inc .............................................................................. New York City ........................ 13 F54 Blasch Precision Ceramics Inc. ........................................................ Albany, N.Y., U.S. ....................... 10 E13 Centrifugal Casting Machine Co., Inc. .......................................... Owasso, Okla., U.S. ....................... 15 E40 CMI Novacast, Inc.


..................................................................... Des Plaines, Ill., U.S. ...................... 11 H64


Counter Pressure Casting Inc. ................................................ Lake Forest, Calif., U.S. ........................ 11 D60 Didion International Inc. .............................................................. St. Peters, Mo., U.S. ....................... 15 G24 Finite Solutions Inc. ........................................................................ Slinger, Wis., U.S. ....................... 12 D30 Flow Science, Inc. ........................................................................ Santa Fe, N.M., U.S. ....................... 12 D43 General Kinematics Corporation .............................................. Crystal Lake, Ill., U.S. ....................... 17 D17 Global Casting Magazine .......................................................... Schaumburg, Ill., U.S. ........................ 13 B44 Godfrey & Wing, Inc.


Hunter Foundry Machinery Corp.


..................................................................... Aurora, Ohio, U.S. ....................... 15 C24 ............................................ Schaumburg, Ill., U.S. ........................ 15 F01


International Magnesium Association ........................................... Wauconda, Ill., U.S. ....................... 15 C26 Larpen Metallurgical Service


....................................................... Hartford, Wis., U.S. ........................ 11 B04


Miller and Company LLC ............................................................ Rosemont, Ill., U.S. ....................... 13 A41 Novelis, Inc. ...................................................................... Spokane Valley, Wash., U.S. ....................... 10 H73 Pacific Consolidated Industries LLC ......................................... Riverside, Calif., U.S. ....................... 12 D10 Pangborn Group ............................................................................. Fairburn, Ga., U.S. ....................... 16 E33 PowerHammer Company .............................................................. Portland, Ore., U.S. ....................... 16 D14 Pyrotek Inc. Corporate Office .................................................... Spokane, Wash., U.S. ....................... 11 A22 Selee Corporation ............................................................... Hendersonville, N.C., U.S. ........................ 12 B44 Termia Technology ............................................................. Pompano Beach, Fla., U.S. ........................ 15 F14 THORS, LLC ............................................................................... Medina, Ohio, U.S. ........................ 13 B57 UNICAST Development Company United Refractories Co.


..................................... New Haven, Conn., U.S. ........................ 16 F28 ................................................................ McMurray, Pa., U.S. ....................... 10 D77


VISI-Trak Worldwide, LLC .................................................... Valley View, Ohio, U.S. ....................... 11 G10 Vulcan Engineering Co.


Newcast North American Exhibitors


Exhibitor ............................................................................ City/Town, Country .............. Hall / Stand Mexican Foundry Society Sociedad Mexicana de Fundidores .................. Mexico City ........................ 14 F11 American Foundry Society, Inc. ................................................. Schaumburg, Ill., U.S. ........................ 14 F48 Applied Process, Inc. ..................................................................... Livonia, Mich., U.S. ........................ 14 B04 Kangyue Technologies LLC 115 E. Ogden Avenue ....................... Naperville, Ill., U.S. ........................ 14 B01 Waupaca Foundry, Inc.


................................................................. Waupaca, Wis., U.S. ....................... 14 A03 52 | MODERN CASTING May 2015 ................................................................... Helena, Ala., U.S. ....................... 16 D11


GIFA Conference, the event will not just be an exhibition but also a high- quality lecture and conference forum. Te emphasis will be on the latest technical innovations from research.


METEC METEC, the ninth Interna-


tional Metallurgical Trade Fair with Congresses, also is on the road to success. With 486 exhibitors from 35 countries and 230,950 sq. ft. of exhibition space in Halls 3 to 7, the show is posting its best result to date. Suppliers of plant and equipment for iron making, steel making and non- ferrous metal production as well as for casting and forming molten steel and rolling and steel mills will have a particularly impressive presence at the show. A total of 64% of the exhibitors come from European countries other than Germany or from overseas.


Thermprocess At Thermprocess 2015, 11th


International Trade Fair and Symposium for Thermo Process Technology, industry leaders such as Inductotherm, LOI Thermprocess, ABP Induction, SMS/Siemag and Otto Junker have booked consider- ably more square footage this year. About 300 exhibitors in Halls 9 and 10 have reserved over 110,860 sq. ft. of exhibition space. At the Thermprocess Sympo-


sium, experts will address technical innovations relating to heat treat- ment and modern energy engineer- ing plant concepts. The emphasis at the FOGI Special Show organized by Forschungsgemeinschaft Indus- trieofenbau e.V. (FOGI) will be on the heating, smelting and casting of metals, heating technology and the heat and surface treatment of metal, ceramics and glass.


Newcast Newcast 2015, the fourth Interna-


tional Trade Fair for Precision Castings, is the youngest of the four metallurgy trade fairs (launched in 2003) and is becoming increasingly popular. “Te production of castings has


developed into a very international business over the last decade and


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