In early 2016, Waupaca Foundry unveiled a four-part series of capital investments and strategic initiatives along with long-term expansion possibilities to improve its standing in the global market both today and tomorrow.
The project on a 350-acre parcel of land is expected to create 300 jobs and bring a $114 million investment from SATA, which manufactures machine parts for Caterpillar, John Deere and major automakers.
According to a news release, the new partnership will lower Dynacast’s annual energy consumption by more than 6% and will also take them further in green initiatives. The five 200 kW modular battery blocks will act like efficient generators that allow Dynacast to control consumption and demand in peak hours.
Flow Science Inc., Sante Fe, N.M., announced the released a new version of FLOW-3D Cast, its software specially designed for metalcasters. FLOW-3D Cast v4.1 offers powerful advances in modeling capabilities, accuracy and performance.