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The UK certification authority for reinforcing steels is to investigate quantities of boron in imported Chinese rebar after warnings from the trade association, UK Steel.
UK Steel is suggesting that Chinese data indicates that its exported rebar contains small amounts of other elements to qualify the steel as an alloy, and so benefit from an export tax rebate. It said a “significant but unknown proportion” of Chinese rebar sold in the UK contains boron in excess of 8 parts per million and that samples had been tested with boron at 30 parts per million.
TRAFCO has recently completed the purchase of Cortinovis Sictra.
The new company’s head office, as well as cable machine production workshop and assembly hall, will be based in northern Italy.
The deal maintains Trafco’s long experience in refurbishment of used machines and its trade activities, as well as the review and improvement of clients’ machinery.
FOERSTER has expanded into new business sectors after completing the takeover of NDT Systems GmbH.
The company completed the deal and the continuation of all business operations after both companies signed the agreement at the end of August.
Foerster, based in Reutlingen, Germany, is a medium-sized company in the field of non-destructive testing of materials. It has been active in the development, production and sale of equipment for testing bars, tubes and wires for more than 60 years.