MC Bauchemie

European Concrete Symposium

English, Russian, Spanish, German, Lithuanian, Polish – prior to the start of the “International Symposium: Innovative Concrete Technology,” a mix of languages filled the vestibule of the education center of MC Bauchemie, in the German city of Bottrop. Around 120 specialist professionals from 19 countries and many target markets of MC Bauchemie met at the stand-up tables offered by the manufacturer of construction chemicals. Ten technical lectures were held, in addition to question-and-answer sessions on innovations from concrete technology. Also on the symposium agenda of two days was...

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