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ICD targets superalloys with North Carolina facility in USA
March 07, 2013 - 08:59 GMT
ICD Alloys &nd Metals
Ed Ellenbogen ELG Utica Alloys
ICD Group is branching out into recycling, processing and trading metals for the US superalloys sector with a new business in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
The new division, ICD Alloys & Metals, will be headed by
former ABS Alloys & Metals USA executives Ian Machent and
Stephen Conlin following the takeover of ABS by Germany's ELG
Utica Alloys International. ICD Alloys & Metals will
source, analyse, process and upgrade materials containing
nickel, cobalt, columbium (niobium), tantalum, titanium and
tungsten, as well as other superalloys materials. It also will
supply pure metals in various quantities. The new division will
function as a "one-stop shop for nickel and cobalt alloy
manufacturers", selling to customers in North America, Europe
and China, ICD chief financial officer Ed Ellenbogen told Metal
Bulletin’s sister publication AMM. The company has
purchased a 29,000-square-foot warehouse in
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