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IMOA launches refreshed website


The International Molybdenum Association (IMOA) has refreshed and relaunched its website following an extensive review earlier this year.  

The review included an online survey which generated positive feedback regarding the existing site’s ease of navigation, information and overall utility.

It was therefore decided to retain much of the content, streamlining the structure and navigation only where necessary and refreshing the design with a modern look and feel.

The homepage sees new interactive features introduced to highlight key topics, publications and events as well as quick links to downloads and a login area for account holders. The site’s growing sustainability pages can now be accessed through an additional menu item on the top-level navigation.

Commenting on the relaunch, Tim Outteridge, Secretary-General said: “The website is increasingly popular, with more than 13,000 unique visitors every month compared to around 8,000 just three years ago. Much of the output of our work is published online and it’s important that we keep our presence up to date and consistent with the expectations of our members and the wider public.”

The website can be found at


Notes for editors
IMOA is a non-profit trade association representing the interests of most of the world’s molybdenum producers and converters, as well as consumers and traders.  

Molybdenum is added to steels and cast irons to improve strength, toughness, hardenability and weldability for numerous applications in the automotive, shipbuilding, construction, mining, chemical, oil & gas and energy generation industries.    

In stainless steels and superalloys, it improves corrosion resistance and high-temperature performance and finds uses in many industrial applications.  It is also used in a variety of products from catalysts and lubricants to pigments and paint.

For more information contact:

Alan Hughes
T: +44 (0)1606 852011
M: +44 (0)7759 243969

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