LPW Technology partners with AMA Services to supply metal powder solutions in Europe and North Africa

November 15, 2017

November 15, 2017

LPW Technology, Runcorn, UK, has announced that AMA Services based in Paris, France, is to represent LPW in France, Luxemburg, Switzerland, Belgium, Tunisia and Morocco. Together, the companies will offer a comprehensive range of metal powders, technical support and customer services across these regions.

LPW processes a wide range of metal powders, including aluminium, nickel, steel, cobalt and titanium alloys, specifically for the metal Additive Manufacturing industry. The company states that powders are supplied to quality management standards AS 9120, AS 9100 and ISO 13485. To enable its customers to benefit from powder reuse and traceability, LPW has also developed the PowderLife range of powder management software, sensors and hoppers.

Mike Ford, LPW Sales Director, stated, “This is an excellent opportunity for LPW to work with a knowledgeable and professional partner to support our clients, both current and new. Our companies will work together to exceed customers’ expectations through short lead times, a comprehensive range of premium materials for aerospace and defence, and outstanding service and technical support.”

Jean-Francois Donchery, AMA President, commented, “Adding LPW’s high-quality metal powders and solutions to our portfolio enables us to offer a complete package to our AM customers.  With French safety-critical industries integrating AM technologies into their production cycles, the market is growing rapidly. Partnership with LPW allows us to provide competitive and effective products and services to support these sectors from our Paris-based facilities.”


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November 15, 2017

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