Lahntal precast plant – 2000 days accident free

On 28 February 2012, the staff of the Lahntal precast plant in the Hessian administrative district of Marburg-Biedenkopf celebrated a gratifying anniversary: For precisely 2000 days, over five-and-a-half years, they had worked without accidents that caused downtime. A balance of that result that is anything but a matter of course in this segment of industry. The precast plant in Lahntal manufactures primarily massive wall and floor elements of normal- and lightweight concrete for the housing and industrial construction sectors.  

At the anniversary celebration on 9 March – motto “2,000 days of...

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