Tag: Carpenter Technology Corp.

Carpenter elects Hewson to board

Carpenter Technology Corp. has announced that Marillyn A. Hewson, senior vice president for Corporate Shared Services at Lockheed Martin Corporation, has been elected to the engineered materials company's board of directors.

Dynamet moves into motorsports

Dynamet Incorporated, a subsidiary of Carpenter Technology Corp., has formed a strategic alliance with Renton Coil Spring (RCS) Company related to titanium coil springs for high-performance motorsports and recreation applications.

Carpenter Technology makes board appointment

Carpenter Technology Corp. has announced that Greg Pratt, Vice Chairman and a Director of OAO Technology Solutions Inc., has been elected to the company's Board of Directors.

Carpenter Technology names President and COO

Carpenter Technology Corp. has announced that Robert J. Torcolini has been elected President and Chief Operating Officer, effective 1 July.

Carpenter appoints new information officer

Carpenter Technology Corp. (Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, USA) has announced that Laura Scott, 46, has joined the company as vice president and chief information officer.

Preliminary results of SS wire rod from Korea

At the request of Carpenter Technology Corp., Empire Specialty Steel and the United Steel Workers of America, the US Department of Trade is conducting an administrative review of the anti-dumping duty order on stainless steel wire rod from Korea.

Improved corrosion resistance for solenoids

A new alloy known as Carpenter Chrome Core® 29 Solenoid Quality stainless may be considered for use in corrosive, high purity environments such as those encountered in the semiconductor manufacturing industry and other corrosive aqueous environments.

Titanium price hikes

Allvac, an Allegheny Technologies Incorporated company, has announced price increases ranging from 5% to 12% on titanium and titanium alloy mill products, effective immediately.

Dynamet raises prices of titanium alloys

Dynamet Inc., a subsidiary of Carpenter Technology Corp., has increased book prices on most of its titanium alloys by 5–12%, effective immediately on new orders.