BBF

Assembly elects new president

On 9 November 2015, the general assembly of the Berufsförderungswerk für die Beton- und Fertigteilhersteller e. V. (BBF; Association for the Promotion of Vocational Training for Concrete and Precast Producers) met in Rastatt to elect its executive board in line with its statutory term. Its newly elected president is Uwe Sommer, managing director of Albert Regenold GmbH in Bühl. He succeeds Peter Aicheler, of Aicheler & Braun, Tübingen, who had been BBF president since 2003 and is now embarking on his well-deserved retirement. BBF members appointed him Honorary President on account of his many...

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