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AAC panel and block exhibits at Bauma 2016

With the largest booth and biggest team to date, the Bauma 2016 fair was a great success for Aircrete Europe. Many potential and existing customers found their way to Aircrete’s booth where the international team was able to address the guests in no less than 11 different languages. In just one week the company made an impressive amount of new contacts as well as caught up with industry friends from various parts of the world.

New in this edition of Bauma was a feature of a complete range of AAC panel and block exhibits, showcasing the special characteristics of Aircrete production technologies. Aircrete specialists from all over the world could “see, touch and feel” the ultra-thin AAC cladding/façade panels, AAC partition panels, load-bearing industrial panels (up to 8 meters long) and light weight blocks.

Great eye-catchers were an Aircrete sound box and a miniature model of AAC house, built only with AAC panels. Of course, the Super Smooth panel surface, which remains unmatched in the AAC industry, has yet again received a fair share of attention.

Awareness on building systems with AAC

Aircrete’s goal was to create awareness on building systems with AAC products and we believe the goals were accomplished. All visitors received AAC Media Packages, be it a simple brochure about the product, small AAC block sample or a specific video material of a machine operation. All these marketing gadgets helped to explain the building industry players and potential investors the benefits of the superiority that AAC based construction offers.

Lastly, the latest project, Aircrete Mexico, served as a perfect example for those who were looking to set up or upgrade their existing AAC plants. Today, Aircrete Mexico factory (co-owned by Aircrete Group) is the most advanced AAC panel and block facility in the North and South America.

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