Certified: Güteschutz Beton NRW

As the first certification body in the concrete and precast industry, Güteschutz Beton was granted an accreditation certificate according to DIN EN 45011 by the Berlin-based DAKKS (the accreditation body for Germany) on November 08, 2011. This was announced by the organization in a recent press release.

The accreditation certificate proves the fact that Güteschutz Beton already now fulfils the requirements of the new European Construction Product Regulation No. 305/2011, which will be valid as of July 31, 2013.

 

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