IBC Advanced Alloys reports stronger sales, gross profit, and gross margins in its fiscal Q2 financial results, driven by stronger order bookings and improved productivity enabled by capital equipment upgrades.
IBC Advanced Alloys announces that it has renewed a long-term supply contract to provide a proprietary copper alloy to a Fortune 1000 company that specializes in the manufacture of high-performance materials for the commercial aerospace sector.
IBC and NioCorp announce success in manufacturing aluminum-scandium alloy ingots. The ingots, representing a range of scandium content, will now undergo chemical analysis and other metallurgical testing to confirm the microstructure and performance of the alloys. This testing is the basis for commercializing Aluminum-Scandium alloys.
A rapidly growing segment of IBC’s business is the production of precision cast beryllium-aluminum components used by the semiconductor equipment manufacturing industry to produce parts of IPhones and other consumer electronics.
IBC produces a beryllium-aluminum cast component for use in Raytheon’s Advanced Targeting Forward Looking Infrared (ATFLIR) system, currently in use on U.S. Navy F/A-18 fighter jets.
IBC produces a crucial advanced beryllium-aluminum alloy component for the F-35 Lightning II, under a contract with Lockheed Martin, which is part of the plane’s highly advanced Electro-Optical Targeting System (EOTS). Made with IBC’s high performance Beralcast® beryllium-aluminum precision cast alloy, this IBC part is now flying on the F-35.