Bharat Forge acquires Nouveau for Sanghvi Forgings acquisition
Forgings Today|July - August 2021
Forging company Bharat Forge (BFL) announced the acquisition of 100% stake in Nouveau Power & Infrastructure, a group company 100% owned by promoters of BFL.

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Italian machine tool industry registers significant growth

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Industry 4.0 - Concept of Manufacturing

Industry 4.0 refers to the concept of manufacturing where machines are augmented with wired or wireless connectivity and sensors, connected to a system that has capability to visualise the entire production line and make decisions.

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Bharat Forge to set up new factory for defence business

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Bharat Forge acquires Nouveau for Sanghvi Forgings acquisition

Forging company Bharat Forge (BFL) announced the acquisition of 100% stake in Nouveau Power & Infrastructure, a group company 100% owned by promoters of BFL.

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Fully automatic closed-die forging line from SMS

Chinese automotive supplier Ningbo Xusheng Auto Technology Co., Ltd. has issued the Final Acceptance Certificate to SMS group for the new, fully automatic closed-die forging line installed at the company’s Ningbo location in the Chinese province of Zhejiang.

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16 000 ton press presented for the first time

Schuler and its affiliate Farina have demonstrated the world’s largest mechanical forging line to an international group of 60 forging experts. A live video stream transmitted from the production site in Suello close to Milano showed the impressive features of the 16 000 ton press with a stroke of 600 mm in action. It will be delivered to the German company ThyssenKrupp Gerlach.

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Making Steel With Solar Energy

EVRAZ North America plans construction of a long-rail mill at its Rocky Mountain Steel operation in Pueblo, Colo. This decision allows execution of an agreement for a 240-megawattsolar facility located on 1,500 acres of land at the steel mill.

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