Purity Metal Holdings Purchased by Kennametal

April 2007
Metal Center News;Apr2007, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p47
Trade Publication
The article announces the decision of Kennametal Inc. to acquire Purity Metal Holdings Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary International Specialty Alloys Inc. (ISA) in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. As a result of the deal, ISA will become part of Kennametal's Advanced Materials Solutions Group company. Kennametal vice president Jim McRickard said that ISA will add its own state-of-the-art equipment, technologies and skills to the company, enabling them to offer added value to its customers.


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