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ICD Superalloys Australia Pty Ltd

ICD Group To Launch Australia’s First Dedicated Superalloy Processing Facility

ICD Group, global leaders in the recycling, manufacturing and distribution of speciality materials, has announced the formation of a new subsidiary, ICD Superalloys Australia Pty Ltd.

ICD Superalloys Australia will source, recycle and supply minor metals from across Australia and South East Asia, and will be the first dedicated superalloy processing facility to be established in the country.

This expansion into Australia marks ICD Group's continued commitment to growing its metals division, strengthening its presence in the Asia-Pacific region, and providing ethical and sustainable business solutions from mine to market.

Strategically located for future growth

ICD Superalloys Australia Pty Ltd, which is a subsidiary of ICD Europe Ltd, will be located in Canning Vale, Western Australia. This strategic location allows the company to be closer to its existing client base in Australia and South-East Asia, catering to their growing demand for minor metals and superalloy revert.

This represents a significant step towards localising crucial operations and providing faster turnaround times for customers across the region.

Full revert process capabilities

The new, 3500m2 facility boasts full revert process capabilities for all forms of minor metal, including Molybdenum, Tantalum, Niobium, Hafnium, Tungsten, Titanium, Zirconium and Nickel/Cobalt Based Superalloy Revert. The building will also feature a brand-new turnings processing facility.

Initially, the company will focus on servicing key sectors like aerospace, oil and gas, medical, petrochemical, automotive, and electronics. However, they plan to expand into new sectors, such as mining, in the future.

ICD Europe have signed a long-term lease on the new building, and officially took possession of the unit on 1st March. All plant and machinery are currently en route to Australia, and the facility is on schedule to be fully commissioned and operational byJune 2024. A full programme of recruitment and training will commence shortly.

Commitment to sustainability

As part of the Group’s unwavering commitment to sustainability, ICD Superalloys Australia will aim to achieve the same high standards as its parent company, ICD Europe, which was awarded a Gold sustainability rating by EcoVadis earlier in 2024. To support this goal, the new facility will feature a number of energy-saving measures, including electric car charging points.

MD Wayne Hawkes, ICD Europe commented:

"We are excited to announce the launch of ICD Superalloys Australia, marking a significant step forward in our global expansion strategy. This move will enable us to better serve our existing customers while also offering our comprehensive suite of services to a new market.”

“We are confident that our expertise and state-of-the-art facility will position us as the leading provider of Minor Metals and Superalloy Revert solutions in Australia and South-East Asia."

CEO Alexandre Leviant, ICD Group added:

“This expansion demonstrates ICD Group's commitment to investing in strategic markets and offering its expertise and solutions to a wider, global audience. Australia is an exciting place to do business, and its position as gateway to South East Asia makes it the perfect choice for ICD Group.”

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