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BFT editorial staff strengthened

Whether at Beton-Tage or Bauma, at factory visits, conferences of associations or other events at home and abroad: The one or other readers might have already noticed that the BFT International‘s editorial team of editor-in-chief Christian Jahn has been strengthened.

Since February of this year, Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Silvio Schade has joined the staff as a new editor. However, in the industry he isn‘t a newcomer at all owing to his „concrete background“ in the technical marketing department of an internationally leading manufacturer of cement and ready-mixed concrete. As company representative he was, among others, member of various expert and organization committees on marketing and public relations, and he passed the course in extended concrete technology (so-called „E Certificate“).

After successfully passing the vocational training of a reinforced concrete worker, studies in civil engineering and gaining professional experience at a medium-sized building contractor, he had been working as specialist editor in building construction at Heinze GmbH for more than a decade.

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