FBF Betondienst

61st BetonTage convention: Precast ­concrete industry reports growth

The construction economy is in a positive mood, and so were the delegates at this year’s BetonTage convention in Neu-Ulm. Some 2,100 participants from 20 different countries attended the get-together of the precast concrete industry from February 14 to 16, 2017.

The event of long-standing tradition had taken “Shaping places for people” as its theme and presented a comprehensive specialist program. The focus was on recent developments in the fields of concrete engineering, manufacturing processes and standardization. The accompanying exhibition with a total of 160 booths provided an overview of...

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