Copper use making strides despite challenges
Jun 04, 2014 | 06:28 PM
| Saranya Kapur
NEW YORK A boom in alternative energy sources and the growing awareness of coppers antimicrobial properties will help spur demand, despite challenges in pushing the adoption of new applications, according to the Copper Development Association (CDA).
Getting manufacturers to adapt to changes in the industry has been an uphill battle, CDA president and chief executive officer Andrew G. Kireta Sr. told AMM. "Its always difficult to get people to do something new. Manufacturers are used to pushing tonnage, and now youre telling them you want a doorknob." ....
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