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AP&C Expanding Metal Powder Production

AP&C, a powder manufacturing subsidiary of GE Additive, is expanding its operations in Quebec, Canada.

The company has acquired over 400,000 square feet of land at the site of its current Saint-Eustache facility, which opened in 2017 and presently employs ~100 people. AP&C has more than quadrupled its employee headcount since 2015.

“Our firm is currently enjoying rapid growth and we need more space for our projects, along with a good location for drawing fresh talent,” Alain Dupont, AP&C CEO, said in a press release.

The expansion is expected to increase AP&C’s material processing capability to ~1,250 tons per year, allowing the company to continue to meet demands for high end titanium powder in the growing additive manufacturing market.

AP&C produces high purity titanium metal powders used in additive manufacturing, metal injection molding, isostatic pressing and coatings. The company mainly serves aerospace and biomedical market and is ISO 13485 and ISO 9001 Certified.

Source: GE Additive