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Management System Consultants forAlloys and Metals Industry

Alloys and metals are the foundation to high quality products, down to the raw materials and minerals. From production, to distribution, to forging and welding, we help organizations at every step in the alloys and metals supply chain improve operations and reduce risks.  Our management system consultants have the expertise to help your organization comply with stringent codes, standards and regulations.

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Our consultants have an average of over 25 years of real business experience to address the robust needs of our clients in the alloys and metals industry. We combine a thorough understanding of your needs and our specialized experience, to develop customized solutions that achieve real results.


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  • Thin layer ZnO generates record piezoelectricity 01/20/2021
    Uniformly grown large-area ZnO ultrathin sheet on SiO2.Thin layers of zinc oxide (ZnO) just a nanometer thick, laid down on silicon dioxide (SiO2), show record levels of piezoelectricity, eight times that achieved in bulk material, according to new research [Mahmood et al., Materials Today (2020),]. Piezoelectricity is produced in certain materials under mechanical strain […]
  • Read the latest published articles from Carbon Trends 01/19/2021
    Following the launch announcement, we are delighted to report that the first articles from the new open access journal Carbon Trends have now been published, and are available to read online– with more to follow soon. These, and all articles published in the journal are immediately and permanently free to access by everyone. We would like to highlight the […]
  • Hidden quantum world found in 2D insulator 01/19/2021
    An artist's impression of the quantum oscillation of 'neutral fermions' in an atomically thin insulator made of tungsten ditelluride. Image designed by Kai Fu for the Wu Lab, Princeton University.In a surprising discovery, physicists at Princeton University have observed an unexpected quantum behavior in an insulator made from tungsten ditelluride. This phenomenon, known as quantum […]

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