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MetalForming Magazine names publisher.
Precision Metalforming Association    Independence, OH 44130
May 11, 2010 PMA Services, Inc., publisher of MetalForming magazine, announces hiring of Andy Flando as Publisher. Andy is a 15-year marketing/publishing professional with management experience in trade and consumer publications. He will have primary responsibility for directing MetalForming's advertising sales and marketing efforts, and developing customer relationships. Previously, Andy was Associate Publisher of Cleveland magazine and Publisher of Pulse Magazine, both published by Great Lakes Publishing.
Innovative Green Business Events launched nationwide.
Environmental Defense Fund    New York, NY 10010
May 11, 2010 Environmental Defense Fund, in partnership with DIG IN, Greenbiz.com, Net Impact, Sony, and Ashoka, is coordinating series of Solutions Labs providing industry with opportunity to explore next generation of business sustainability - one that balances profit growth with environmental concerns. At one-day, interactive events, participants help craft agenda themselves and spend day actively brainstorming ideas for accelerating green innovation while sharing best practices.
ATA President's Award Winner donates grant money to ATRI.
American Trucking Associations    Alexandria, VA 22314
May 11, 2010 Dale Hannington, Former President of the Maine Motor Transport Association, received ATA 2009 President's Award, which is sponsored by J.J. Keller and Associates. Mr. Hannington donated $10,000 grant money to American Transportation Research Institute, which is trucking industry's 501(c)(3) not-for-profit research organization engaged in critical research relating to freight transportation's essential role in maintaining safe, secure, and efficient transportation system.
Biomass Terminology and Definition Standard. are being expanded by ASABE.
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers    Saint Joseph, MI 49085
May 11, 2010 Project initiated by ASABE intends to revise standard on biomass terminology and definitions to include additional terms and definitions. This applies specifically to ANSI/ASABE S593, Terminology and Definitions for Biomass Production, Harvesting and Collection, Storage, Processing, Conversion and Utilization, which was originally developed 5 years ago to provide uniform terminology and definitions in general area of biomass production and utilization.
Eight New PTDA Members joined in first quarter of 2010.
Power Transmission Distributors Association    Chicago, IL 60606-4703
May 10, 2010 Power Transmission Distributors Association (PTDA) welcomed 8 new members in first quarter of 2010. Three new distributor members included Amazon Industrial and Scientific, BDI Canada Inc., and Mader Electric Motor and Power Transmission. Joral LLC joined as manufacturer member, and CSConsulting LLC joined as associate member. Also, 3 educational institutions - Cape Fear Community College, Northwest Technical College, Lake Land College - joined as associate members.
SME Survey verifies manufacturing increase for Quebec area.
SME    Dearborn, MI 48121
May 10, 2010 One announcement after another in aerospace market has revealed momentum shift regarding manufacturing in Quebec, just in time for Montreal Manufacturing Technology Show. Renewed interest is confirmed by SME's economic outlook survey of manufacturers in Quebec on their future spending plans and views on industry recovery. Results showed while recent economic downturn negatively impacted operations, almost 2/3 of respondents anticipate business activity to increase in next 12 months.
Individual CVP Training will be available in Boston.
Automated Imaging Association    Ann Arbor, MI 48106
May 10, 2010 Individuals can attain certification as machine vision professional (basic level) through AIA's new program. To earn Certified Vision Professional (CVP) status, individuals need to pass test based on basic tutorial programs AIA offers in fundamentals of machine vision, beginning lighting and optics, basic vision software and algorithms, and camera and image sensor technology basics. First round of tests will be offered during The Vision Show and Conference in Boston, May 24-27.
NEMA CEO to address International Energy Efficiency Forum.
National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)    Rosslyn, VA 22209
May 10, 2010 NEMA President and CEO Evan R. Gaddis will address policy and regulation at third Energy Efficiency Global Forum and Exposition during session, "What is the Key to Driving Behavior Change in the Business and Consumer Sectors: Incentives, Regulations, or Both?" Gaddis will join more than 50 energy experts who will present 4 plenary sessions and 4 concurrent tracks of dialog sessions, which will concentrate on buildings, consumers, industry and utilities, or transportation and urban planning.
50th Anniversary Industry Summit to focus on growth.
Power Transmission Distributors Association    Chicago, IL 60606-4703
May 10, 2010 Scheduled for Oct. 21-23, PTDA 50th Anniversary Industry Summit will include opening keynote by Mike Rayburn, the "World's Funnies Guitar Virtuoso." Alan Beaulieu of the Institute for Trend Research will return to make sense out of unchartered territory presented in the current economy. Most popular event of summit, "Big Issues for Small Distributors Forum," offers open exchange of ideas to assist CEOs and owners of small to mid-sized distribution firms in managing businesses more profitably.
Taiwan LCD Industry Sales more than doubled in first quarter.
Taiwan External Trade Development Council    Taipei, 11012   Taiwan
May 10, 2010 Taiwan's LCD revenues surged 125% to NT$273 billion from NT$121 billion in same period 1 year ago as consumers started buying more TVs that use large flat panel displays. According to report by market research firm iSuppli, global revenue from shipments of large LCD panels used in TVs is set to rise by 40% to US$49.2 billion in 2010 from US$35.2 billion in 2009. Revenue growth will be driven by rising demand, shift to larger sized displays, and accelerating sales of higher value panels.
EPA proposes to expand Montreal Protocol scope to HFCs.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)    Washington, DC 20460
May 10, 2010 EPA has announced collaboration between U.S., Canada, and Mexico in proposing to expand scope of Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer. Proposal would phase down hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) and includes proposal by EPA to use isobutane, propane, HCR-188C, and HCR-188C1 refrigerants as substitutes in U.S. household/commercial refrigerators and freezers. Benefits, based on EPA analysis, would be equal to removing gas emissions from 59 million cars each year through 2020.
TETDC reports 53% rise in Taiwan PC sales in Q1 2010.
Taiwan External Trade Development Council    Taipei, 11012   Taiwan
May 10, 2010 Sales revenues for Taiwan PC companies have rebounded by 53% over Q1 2009, based on revenue statements that companies file to Taiwan stock exchange authorities each month. Taiwan External Trade Development Council said that Asustek Computer, which owns ASUS brand, led Acer, Inc. and MSI in sales growth, with 85% jump in revenues, while contract manufacturer Compal had 98% jump in sales growth. Taiwanese companies make nearly of world's PCs and about of world's LCDs.
EPA challenges manufacturing to improve energy efficiency.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)    Washington, DC 20460
May 7, 2010 Under Energy Star Challenge for Industry, manufacturing sites establish energy intensity baseline, set 10% reduction goal, implement energy efficiency projects, track energy use, and verify savings. EPA has recognized first group of manufacturing sites that have met Energy Star Challenge for Industry and reduced their energy intensity by 10% within 5 years or less. Annual carbon dioxide savings are nearly 34,000 metric tons - equal to emissions from nearly 6,500 cars.
Air Quality Awareness Week focuses on pollution exposure.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)    Washington, DC 20460
May 7, 2010 EPA state and local air agencies, marking Air Quality Awareness Week, remind Americans to stay Air Aware to reduce exposure and contribution to air pollution. By following Air Quality Index (AQI) recommendations, people can reduce amount of pollution they breathe and associated health risks stemming from ozone (smog) and particle pollution. Suggestions for reducing contributions to pollution include carpooling, turning off lights in rooms not being used, and not letting cars idle.
ASTM Program tests thermoplastics elemental analyses proficiency.
ASTM International    West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959
May 7, 2010 Proficiency Testing Program on Elemental Analyses of Thermoplastics by Wavelength Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry Utilizing Compression Molded Specimens will be offered in 2011. It assists laboratories that need statistical QA tool that will help improve and maintain performance in conducting XRF analyses of polyolefins. Conducted twice annually, program requires each laboratory to electronically submit data to ASTM for use in generating statistical summary reports.
NSF Certification earned by Charlotte Pipe RePVC/ReUze systems.
NSF International    Ann Arbor, MI 48105
May 7, 2010 NSF International certified Charlotte Pipe and Foundry Company's RePVC(TM) (polyvinyl chloride) and ReUze(TM), which were inspired by green and sustainability industries. This certification verifies that these products meet all applicable requirements by conducting thorough testing and facility inspections, including 3 unannounced inspections annually, formulation and manufacturing process reviews, and testing of product samples.
Dean Elkins elected as chair to RIA's board of directors.
Robotic Industries Association    Ann Arbor, MI 48108
May 6, 2010 Dean Elkins, Senior General Manager of Motoman Inc., was selected as new chair of RIA's board of directors in January 2010. According to Elkins, he hopes "to proliferate the use of robots in emerging and growing markets" as well as re-energize RIA's trade shows and other industry events. Elkins also emphasized importance of vocational education and research to RIA. In closing, Elkins said he looks forward to new membership initiatives that demonstrate the value of RIA.
2010 BIO Convention hosts high-ranking public officials.
Biotechnology Industry Organization    Washington, DC 20024
May 6, 2010 BIO is hosting 8 U.S. Governors as well as 80+ high-ranking international public officials at 2010 BIO International Convention, which takes place May 3-6 in Chicago, IL. BIO president and CEO Jim Greenwood said, "These leaders recognize that a vibrant biotechnology sector translates into high-wage, high-value jobs, and economic growth for their nation, state or region." He expanded by noting that "they recognize that our Convention is the global gathering place for biotechnology."
VA Senator Mark Herring honored as BIO Legislator of the Year.
Biotechnology Industry Organization    Washington, DC 20024
May 6, 2010 BIO announced selection of Virginia State Senator Mark Herring of Leesberg as Legislator of the Year for 2009-2010. As a sponsor of Science and Technology Research Development and Commercialization Act, Senator Herring negotiated compromise that ensured the bill's passage. This year, Senator Herring sponsored and passed Virginia Innovation Investment Act, which offered targeted, long-term capital gains tax exclusion for Virginia bioscience investments.
SME to hold FABTECH 2010 at Georgia World Congress Center.
SME    Dearborn, MI 48121
May 6, 2010 To be held in Atlanta, November 2-4, 2010, FABTECH 2010 is expected to draw 22,000 attendees and 1,000 exhibiting companies over more than 350,000 net sq ft of floor space. Event will feature nearly 2,000 pieces of equipment on show floor and over 500 new product debuts, along with 100 expert-led presentations. Finishing Technologies Pavilion, hosted by CCAI, will include liquid finishing, powder coating, curing, and plating technologies on display.

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