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New Board Members

Wednesday 13th May 2009

Mr Andrzej Gryka of WSK PZL-RzeszόwS.A. Poland, and Mr Michel Dungelhoeff of Precimetal Fonderie de Precision, Belgium were both elected to the Board of Directors at the EICF AGM on May 12. The full list of directors elected is given in the members section of this web site.

New Member

Tuesday 23rd December 2008

The Federation is delighted to welcome Access e.V. into membership. ACCESS Technical Centre is an independent research centre with expertise in thermodynamics, process simulation, process development and quality control. Arising from a working group of the Foundry Institute of the Technical University of Aachen, ACCESS was established as a registered non-profit-making research association in 1986

New Member

Wednesday 6th August 2008

The Federation is delighted to welcome Mineral & Chemical Services Ltd into membership. The company is a supplier of specialized process minerals and contact details can be found on the members section of this web site.

The principal contact is Mr Robin Taylor:robin.taylor@mineral-services.co.uk

New Members

Tuesday 15th July 2008

The Federation is delighted to welcome the following companies into membership. Full contact details for these companies and web site links can be found on the members pages of this web site.

Paramelt B.V.
Suppliers of specialist waxes
Contact Mr Mikael Dahlström
mdahlstroem@paramelt.com

MetaCause Solutions
Consultancy service
Contact Dr Rajesh Ransing
R.S.Ransing@swansea.ac.uk

Romonta Bergwerks Holding AG
Suppliers of specialist waxes
Contact Mr Joerg Abraham
abraham@romonta.de

Livnica Preciznih Odlivaka AD
Serbian foundry producing engineering, medical and aero components
Contact Mr Aleksander Miskovic
sashalpo@eunet.yu

Advanced Aerofoil Technologies AG
Swiss based foundry specialising in gas turbine castings
Contact Mr Harry Kaffenes
Harry.kaffenes@aatgroup.com

MetaCause Award for Process Improvement Case Study

Friday 28th December 2007

Applications are invited from engineers in the investment foundry and supply industries to submit a process improvement case study using six sigma or similar lean manufacturing techniques.

A prize of €1000 is offered by MetaCause to an engineer or engineering team who have successfully demonstrated an increase in productivity through the use of process improvement techniques.

The application form and tips on how to prepare the case study are available below as pdf documents or can be obtained from the EICF secretary: julieboyce@eicf.org


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