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New VP for Italian Association for Metallurgy  

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Global Mining Review,

The Italian Association for Metallurgy (AIM) has appointed Giantonio Toldo, currently Operations Manager for Element Materials Technology (Element) Padova laboratory in Limena (Italy), as the Vice President (VP) of the organisation’s Technical Committee for the Control and Characterisation of Materials.

Toldo has reportedly been involved with AIM for the past three years and has previously taught chemical analysis courses. Now, as VP, he will be responsible for coordinating activities and extending the work of the organsation, particularly with regards to engaging young people.


AIM is a non-profit cultural body which aims to bring together those who study and work in the field of metallic materials to share experiences and develop industry ideas through organised activities and networking events.


Toldo said: “I’m very excited to take on this role as VP. It’s a real honour, particularly as I was selected from a number of very skilled and highly influential people in the industry.


“Having worked with Element for the past 11 years, I have gained a great deal of experience in metallurgy and metallurgical testing which I believe will be hugely beneficial in my new role." 


“The committee has undergone significant changes in the past two years and the former president did a fantastic job of involving new, young people and creating different activities which I look forward to developing even further.” 

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