Tomaso Veneroso

I am currently the President & CEO of Am Cast Inc., a company I positioned as a leader in technology-driven solutions for the North American mining industry. I have led the development and market introduction for new products with networked connectivity and advanced digital controls—as well as a line of high-wear replacement parts that last up to 40% longer than competing solutions.

Steel and Robotics: Our Partner's Latest Manufacturing Advancements

 

AMCAST today announced the newest addition to FAR S.p.A’s hi-tech steel castings manufacturing facility; a prototype robotic automation. The head of the FAR’s robotic department, Alan Memmola, has driven this project to develop a custom, high performance

robotic system, offering increased precision in the general and fine dimensional grinding of cast

alloy wear parts.

AMCAST's CEO, Tomaso Veneroso, Speaks at This Years OSSGA Seminar

 

This past week, the OSSGA held their Operations, Health and Safety Seminar. This one-day...

Taxation and Government Royalties in Mining: What’s Fair to All?

What’s fair when it comes to taxes and/or royalties imposed by governments on mining operations?...

AMCAST’s Statement on Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Restrictions in Italy

As you may know, Am Cast’s partner foundry, F.A.R. Fonderie Acciaierie Roiale, is located in...

Space Mining Could be Worth Trillions

Space mining could soon become a reality and will likely yield trillions in mineral wealth....

Canada’s Mining Industry Paves Way to a Lower-Carbon Economy

 

With the December 12, 2015 adoption of the Paris Climate Accord by nearly all the world's...

US Government Opens Millions of Acres in the California Desert to Mining

 

In an effort to deliver on their promised declaration to “make America great again,” the Trump...

Tariff Plans Bring Some Steel and Aluminum Makers to Restart Plant Operations

 

As reported in the March 7, 2018 Wall Street Journal, some steel and aluminum manufacturers in...

A Demand for Batteries has Sparked a Cobalt Frenzy. What Will Happen Next?

 

Cobalt, a blue-gray metallic element, atomic number 27 on the periodic table of elements, is...