Changing sides

Yet another year is already coming to an end. We in the editorial office are probably the first to notice; most likely even before the first Christmas articles are displayed in the shops. Not many readers realize just how much lead time is required before an issue goes to print: The first step is the sourcing and acquisition of the articles – a process that begins more often than not a year prior to publication. Frequently, we travel all over the world to collect material, where we spend a great deal of time in airports, on the road, and in hotels. Once we have written the articles, we select...

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Issue 05/2012

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Issue 10/2009

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Issue 04/2010

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This question is literally meant and makes good sense. After all, the largest trade show for construction in Europe is sure to wear out many a pair of shoes once again – or do you perhaps know...

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