4 Press releases
04/05/2016

H.C. Starck Promotes Fabricated Technology Metals at Metal Japan 2016

NEWTON, Mass., USA, April 5, 2016. H.C. Starck is pleased to exhibit at Metal Japan 2016 in Tokyo, Japan, April 6-8, Booth W4-49 at the Tokyo Big Sight exhibition center. On display will be products featuring H.C. Starck‘s fabrication capabilities utilizing its pure and alloyed technology metals – molybdenum, tantalum, niobium and tungsten. A focus on the development of innovative materials and alloys has provided customers with material choices that improve product performance and cost. More
03/30/2016

H.C. Starck Joins Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Center for Heat Treating Excellence

NEWTON, Mass., USA, March 30, 2016. H.C. Starck is pleased to announce its partnership with the Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) Center for Heat Treating Excellence (CHTE). With close to 100 years of metallurgy experience, in technology metals – molybdenum, tantalum, niobium and tungsten, H.C. Starck has a wealth of research, technical knowledge, and experience to share. More
03/18/2016

H.C. Starck’s Bonded Sputtering Targets Displayed at FPD China 2016

NEWTON, Mass., USA, March 18, 2016. H.C. Starck’s sputtering products displayed at FPD China 2016, 15-17 March at the Shanghai New International Expo Center in China, Booth 1671 offer a glimpse into the latest innovative pure and alloyed sputtering materials, as well as bonding capabilities for flat panel, touch sensor, photovoltaic, and semiconductor applications including TFT, LCD, TSP and anti-reflective coatings. More
01/19/2016

H.C. Starck receives certification for processing conflict-free tantalum raw materials for the fifth time

Munich, January 19, 2016. H.C. Starck, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of technology metals and advanced ceramics, has received certification for processing “conflict-free” tantalum raw materials for the fifth time in a row. The corresponding audit was performed by the Electronics Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC), an independent organization, and the Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI) as part of the Conflict Free Smelter Program (CFSP).
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