Metal Finishing Technologies | July 17, 2021
"We are excited and pleased to add NADCAP passivate to our growing list of industry-leading quality certifications. Passivation was the natural next step after gaining NADCAP Certification for Sulfamate Nickel Chemical Processing in 2020, based on customer input about expanding our existing product offerings. It supports our industry-leading quality certifications and operational standards, such as AS 9100D, ISO 9001, and our FAA 145/EASA repair station certificate. We want to carefully acquire more NADCAP certifications to continuously adapt to and fulfill our clients' most pressing requirements, "Skip Griffin, Vice President of Operations, said
Metal Finishing Technologies, LLC was awarded Nadcap accreditation for showing its continued commitment to quality by satisfying customer and industry specifications.
About Metal Finishing Technologies, LLC
Metal Finishing Technologies, LLC, a Battle Investment Group Company, is a nationally known and leading provider of finishing, coating, and coating removal solutions for the aerospace and defense industries and other industrial markets. The company holds numerous quality and customer certifications, including ISO 9001, AS9100-D, FAA and EASA certified Part 145 repair station, and Nadcap® for chemical processing. MFT provides processes such as Cadmium, Zinc Nickel, Passivation, Electroless Nickel, and Nickel Sulfamate to many of the major OEMs in the aerospace and military industries. The company operates from a 72,000 square foot environmentally friendly and award-winning state-of-the-art facility. MFT is controlled by strict quality control processes, a leading Green Strategy, and systems that span all of its service offerings.
U.S. Chemical | December 07, 2020
The U.S. Substance Production Regional Index (U.S. CPRI) rose 0.9 percent in October following a 0.8 percent pick up in September and a 1.0 percent expansion in August, as indicated by the American Chemistry Council (ACC). During October, substance yield extended in all districts, with the biggest additions happening in the Northeast area. The U.S. CPRI is estimated on a three-month moving normal (3MMA) premise.
In October, substance creation kept on improving in numerous sections including, chlor-salt, other inorganic synthetic compounds, natural synthetic compounds, modern gases, plastic saps, manufactured colors and shades, customer items, cements, other forte synthetic compounds and composts. Creation patterns facilitated in coatings, fabricated filaments, engineered elastic and yield assurance synthetic compounds.
As practically totally fabricated merchandise are created utilizing science in some structure, producing movement is a significant marker for compound interest. The assembling recuperation proceeded for a fourth sequential month in October, with generally speaking production line movement up by 0.8 percent (3MMA). The pattern underway rose in virtually all key science end-use ventures, with the most grounded gains found in iron and steel, aviation, foundries, tires, hardware and attire.
Contrasted and October 2019, U.S. substance creation was off 4.9 percent on a year-over-year (Y/Y) premise, the seventeenth continuous month of decreases, yet shows consistent improvement in the course of recent months. Compound creation remained lower than a year back in all locales, with the biggest year-prior decreases happening in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and West Coast areas.
The science business is probably the biggest business in the United States, a $565 billion endeavor. The assembling area is the biggest purchaser of substance items, and 96 percent of fabricated products are moved by science. The U.S. CPRI was created to follow substance creation movement in seven areas of the United States. The U.S. CPRI depends on data from the Federal Reserve, and thusly, incorporates month to month corrections as distributed by the Federal Reserve. To smooth month-to-month changes, the U.S. CPRI is estimated utilizing a three-month moving normal. Hence, the perusing in October reflects creation action during August, September, and October.
AMP Robotics and Waste Connections | June 29, 2022
AMP Robotics Corp. a pioneer in AI, robotics, and infrastructure for the waste and recycling industry, has expanded its partnership with Waste Connections, Inc. its largest customer. Since late 2020, Waste Connections has booked or deployed 50 of AMP’s high-speed robotics systems on plastic, fiber, and residue lines, becoming the largest operator of AI-guided robotics in the industry.
“It’s gratifying to reach this milestone with a leader in resource recovery like Waste Connections. We’ve worked tirelessly to deliver AI and robotics systems that modernize today’s recycling operations by increasing productivity, stabilizing costs, and improving the quality and value of recycled commodities. We remain committed to the continuous enhancement of our AI and automation solutions to stay ahead of industry challenges, exceed customer expectations, and support the industry’s sustainability and climate goals.”
Matanya Horowitz, founder and CEO of AMP Robotics
AMP’s technology identifies and recovers plastics, cardboard, paper, cans, cartons, and many other containers and packaging types reclaimed for raw material processing. For example, AMP recovers a portfolio of #1-#7 plastics in a variety of different form factors, colors, and opacities with high precision and purity. Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and high-density polyethylene (HDPE) together account for a majority of recycled plastic demand, with growing interest in polypropylene (PP)—a highly recyclable polymer with high demand in food-safe applications and flexibility to accommodate packaging in a variety of shapes and sizes. The ability to precisely separate different plastics and other recyclables with AI-driven sorting is helping recyclers meet the soaring need for sufficient quantities of high-quality recycled content from brands and packaging producers.
“We’re excited to expand our relationship with AMP,” said Dan Kurtz, director of recycling for Waste Connections. “We’re impressed by the reliability of the robotics systems and the quality of the end product. We look forward to our continued partnership with AMP as we advance our sustainability initiatives.”
About AMP Robotics® Corp.
AMP Robotics is modernizing the world’s recycling infrastructure by applying AI and automation to increase recycling rates and economically recover recyclables reclaimed as raw materials for the global supply chain. The AMP Cortex™ high-speed robotics system automates the identification and sorting of recyclables from mixed material streams. The AMP Neuron™ AI platform continuously trains itself by recognizing different colors, textures, shapes, sizes, patterns, and even brand labels to identify materials and their recyclability. Neuron then guides robots to pick and place the material to be recycled. Designed to run 24/7, all of this happens at superhuman speed with extremely high accuracy. AMP Clarity™ provides data and material characterization on what recyclables are captured and missed, helping recycling businesses and producers maximize recovery. With deployments across North America, Asia, and Europe, AMP’s technology recovers recyclables from municipal collection, precious commodities from electronic scrap, high-value materials from construction and demolition debris, and valuable feedstocks from organic material.
About Waste Connections
Waste Connections is an integrated solid waste services company that provides non-hazardous waste collection, transfer and disposal services, along with resource recovery primarily through recycling and renewable fuels generation. Waste Connections serves more than eight million residential, commercial, and industrial customers in mostly exclusive and secondary markets across 44 states in the U.S. and six provinces in Canada. Waste Connections also provides non-hazardous oilfield waste treatment, recovery, and disposal services in several basins across the U.S., as well as intermodal services for the movement of cargo and solid waste containers in the Pacific Northwest.