US market on the rebound

North America is breathing easier. That is the conclusion that could be drawn from this year’s PrecastShow and IconExpo held in Orlando, Florida from 1–3 March. The US market is moving again. It looks as though the economy has bottomed out. “After the recent depressing years, the small but positive trend of recent weeks and months is reflected in the trade fair:” this was the consensus among many of the 275 exhibitors at the most significant event of the precast concrete industry in the USA. “At least, money is again being spent on repairs, and new investments are also being made more...

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