Everything Flows Naturally through Concrete

FBS with new Concept for its Stand at IFAT ENTSORGA 2010

 It is regarded as the leading trade fair for innovations and services in the area of water, sewage, waste, and raw materials management. At IFAT ENTSORGA 2010, the FBS – the Trade Association for Concrete Pipes and Reinforced-Concrete Pipes – will present itself for the first time together with its member companies on a joint stand.

Upon the initiative of the FBS, the members will move even more closely together in Munich:  both spatially and thematically. “Everything flows naturally through concrete” is the overriding motto for the new stand conception. The visitors to the joint stand with an exhibition space of around 600 m2 will receive current information on all aspects of modern concrete systems for wastewater engineering – with special emphasis on the economy, ecology and stability, apart from the FBS quality. Specific, specialized information, such as the FBS educational and informational films on the production...

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