Through the involvement of the member associations in 30 countries, the WFO creates a network of technical knowledge and resources that is a vital tool to every foundry association, foundry and foundry worker throughout the world. The WFO is a neutral body representing the collective needs of its membership.
One of the main functions of the WFO is to unite the industry and disseminate technical and business information at an annual event where participants can meet and learn about the latest technological advances in the industry.
The WFO brings you the latest news and statistics from the global cast metals industry with regular updates from its widespread membership. WFO member countries host many international events and publish detailed reports and data offering a wealth of information on market conditions in their own regions of the world.
The WFO gives member countries a sense of belonging to a global family and it allows them to tap into the collective knowledge and expertise of fellow member associations.
The World Foundry Organization is a recognised centre of strategic foundry knowledge, designed to develop, enhance and improve the production of metal castings; through the latest technical and sustainable industry practices. Its membership is made up of professional cast metal associations and institutions from all parts of the world.
The World Foundry Organization is the recognised centre of strategic foundry knowledge, designed to develop, enhance and improve the production of metal castings; through the latest technical and...
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'Advanced Sustainable Foundry' is the theme for the 71st World Foundry Congress to be held in Bilbao, Spain (19-21 May 2014). The event represents an international...