Global Powder Metallurgy Market Report 2022-2027

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Dublin, Oct. 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Powder Metallurgy – An Overview of the Global Market 2022” report has been added to from offer.

The report surveys, analyzes and projects the global Powder Metallurgy market for the period 2018-2027 in terms of US Dollar market value and compound annual growth rates (CAGR) projected from 2022 to 2027.

Powder metallurgy is a technique used to process powdered raw materials and produce a variety of components from powders of iron and steel (ferrous) and aluminum, cobalt, copper, nickel and titanium , among others (non-ferrous).

Components made using powder metallurgy are very tough and can withstand working environments that conventionally produced parts cannot. The demand for this procedure has grown quite impressively over the past few years, although the advent of COVID-19 has changed the scenario to some extent.

Global demand for powder metallurgy components and parts is expected to be largest for the automotive sector, although fastest growing for the aerospace sector. Advances in materials technology have made it possible to produce metal powders that can replace the bulky metal components traditionally used to reduce space and weight, improving the efficiency of the final product in its area of ​​application.

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  • The global powder metallurgy market is explored in this report with respect to metal types and key applications

  • The study thoroughly analyzes each metal type and key powder metallurgy application across all major regions for the analysis period

  • Green Powder Metallurgy Credentials Expand Technology Adoption

  • Emerging Technology Flake Powder Metallurgy (FPM) Studies Show Good Prospects

  • Powder metallurgy should gain ground in medicine

  • 3D printing will revolutionize powder metallurgy, but challenges remain

  • Key business trends focusing on product innovations/developments, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and other recent industry developments

  • Profile of large companies – 34

  • Industry guide includes contact details for 272 companies


  • Allegheny Technologies Incorporated – ATI completes sale of Sheffield, UK

  • Hoganas will close Hoganas Environment Solutions, LLC. focus on your core business – Hoganas

  • Miba: Miba acquires majority stake in battery specialist Voltlabor – Growth will be further accelerated under the new name “Miba Battery Systems”

  • Sandvik acquires Spanish company Preziss, a provider of aluminum and composite machining solutions – Sandvik Group

  • Sandvik acquires US custom tool manufacturer Peterson Tool Company – Sandvik Group

  • Hoganas now offers titanium powders for additive manufacturing – Hoganas

  • Sandvik introduces 3D printed cemented carbide – Sandvik Group

  • Materials Authority Sandvik Introduces Cemented Carbide 3D Printed Components – Using a Patented Process – Sandvik Additive Manufacturing

  • Allegheny Technologies Incorporated – ATI announces the end of the joint venture with the Russian company VSMPO

  • University of Waterloo and Rio Tinto turn to water-atomized powder for low-cost binder jetting

  • Sandvik co-launches guidelines for testing additively manufactured stainless steels – Sandvik Additive Manufacturing

  • Hoganas joins the Additive Manufacturing Green Trade Association as a founding member – Hoganas

  • News: POLEMA doubles the production of AM metal powders in 2021 (

  • A partnership between Hoganas and Piab to make additive manufacturing more sustainable and efficient – Hoganas

  • News: POLEMA has supplied products for a thermonuclear reactor in France

  • Announcement of the conclusion of the contract for the transfer of the ceramics business of Showa Denko Materials

  • Showa Denko Materials develops its own MI platform for functional materials to offer fast material recommendations

  • Sandvik increases its production capacity of metal powders for additive manufacturing – Sandvik Additive Manufacturing

  • Showa Denko Materials’ anode materials for lithium-ion batteries are adopted for Toyota’s new “Aqua”

  • GaN Semiconductors Enable New X-Band Radars – Sumitomo Electric Industries

  • Hoganas expands production capacity in Laufenburg – Hoganas

  • Hoganas shuts down production in Niagara Falls, USA due to hydrogen gas supply shortage – Hoganas

  • Showa Denko Materials creates the “JOINT2” consortium to

  • Showa Denko Materials to start mass production of “MCL-E-795G”

  • HC Starck Tungsten patents innovative reverse osmosis process – HC Starck Tungsten Powders

  • Sweden’s first large-scale water treatment plant using by-products from the steel industry – Hoganas

  • Hoganas concludes a supply agreement with the American company KBM Advanced Materials which launches a new platform for the sale of powders for additive manufacturing – Hoganas

  • Hoganas Johnstown Fine Powder Atomization Building Meets Growing Demand for High Alloy Products – Hoganas

  • News: POLEMA increased its production in the first half of 2021

  • GKN Additive develops a 3D printing process for two-phase low alloy steels DPLA and FSLA

  • Miba: Miba Spray Technology Receives Supplier Gold Certification from Pratt and Whitney

  • News: POLEMA masters new powder grades for AM and weld deposit

  • Rio Tinto develops new water-atomized steel powder

  • Announcement of the transfer of the printed wiring boards business

  • Rio Tinto is developing a new steel powder for 3D printing

  • Announcement of acquisition of 100% ownership of Hitachi Chemical Diagnostics System

  • Allegheny Technologies Incorporated – ATI Completes Sale of Flowform Products to Consolidated Boring, Inc.

  • Miba: Miba products for medical devices

  • News: POLEMA becomes the first Russian supplier of powders for 3D printing of ship and aircraft engine parts

  • Discover refractory metals innovations in a brand new virtual environment (

  • Showa Denko Materials to Increase Production Capacity of CMP Slurries, Laminated Materials for Printed Wiring Boards, and Photosensitive Solder Resistors in Taiwan

  • Hoganas lands major Cleanit EC test project in China – Hoganas

  • Hoganas and Lincotek sign a cooperation agreement – Hoganas

  • Hoganas launches powder mix

  • FORECAST 3D reaches milestone of one million nasal swabs shipped for COVID-19 testing

  • FORECAST 3D, GKN’s Powder Metallurgy Company, Launches Face Shields, Palliative Masks, Nose Swabs and Other Essential PPE Products to Fight COVID-19

  • FORECAST 3D partners with specialty chemicals expert Lubrizol to industrialize 3D applications using thermoplastic powder (

  • GKN Powder Metallurgy Acquires FORECAST 3D and Expands Additive Manufacturing Capabilities to Include Plastics (

  • Sumitomo Electric acquires two companies from European powder metal component manufacturer Sinterwerke Group


  • Green Powder Metallurgy Credentials Expand Technology Adoption

  • Development of a cost-effective process for the development of a metal additive manufacturing process

  • Emerging Technology Flake Powder Metallurgy (FPM) Studies Show Good Prospects

  • Inherent Durability Drives Powder Metallurgy Market

  • Recent advances in powder metallurgy technology

  • DC plasma sintering technique: an innovation in powder metallurgy

  • The future of powder metallurgy in the automotive industry

  • Powder metallurgy should gain ground in medicine

  • 3D printing will revolutionize powder metallurgy, but challenges remain


  • American Chemet Corporation (USA)

  • Royal Metal Powders, Inc. (USA)

  • AMETEK, Inc. (USA)

  • AMETEK Specialty Metal Products (USA)

  • AMETEK Specialty Metal Products Eighty Four (USA)

  • BASF SE (Germany)

  • Carl Schlenk AG (Germany)

  • Carpenter Technology Corp (USA)

  • Daido Steel Co Ltd. (Japan)

  • Fine Sinter Co Ltd (Japan)

  • Fukuda Metal Foil & Powder Co., Ltd. (Japan)

  • GKN Powder Metallurgy (USA)

  • GKN Hoeganaes (USA)

  • HC Starck GmbH (HC Starck tungsten powders) (Germany)

  • HC Starck Solutions (USA)

  • Hoganas AB (Sweden)

  • Kennametal Inc. (USA)

  • Kobe Steel, Ltd. (Japan)

  • Kymera International (USA)

  • Makin Metal Powders (UK) Ltd. (UK)

  • Miba AG (Austria)

  • Molyworks Materials Corp (USA)

  • Oerlikon Metco Switzerland (Switzerland)

  • Pometon SpA (Italy)

  • Metallic powders Rio Tinto (Canada)

  • Sandvik AB (Sweden)

  • Sandvik Materials Technology (Sweden)

  • Showa Denko Materials Co Ltd (Japan)

  • Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd (Japan)

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