The World Foundry Organization holds a working meeting at IK4-Azterlan
The Executive Committee of the World Foundry Organization held on the 23rd of November its third annual working meeting at the IK4-Azterlan Metallurgical Research Center.
The WFO (World Foundry Organization) is an international network established in 1927 that actually gathers a total of 30 associate member countries, including the most relevant nations in terms of production, demand and technological development within the casting industry. A true landmark for the global foundry industry.
The visit of the members from the WFO Executive Committee is part of an intense year of work of the organization, with the launching of a new strategic plan aimed to stimulate new initiatives to enhance the technological development of the casting industry and to improve the high added value cooperation links among its member countries.
IK4-Azterlan Metallurgical Research Center reaffirms its commitment to this worldwide organization, providing a direct backup support to the WFO and its general secretariat since January 2015.