Rotesma/WCH

High-performance precast plants in southern Brazil

For over 35 years, the company Rotesma located in southern Brazil has been manufacturing a wide array of precast elements for building construction and civil engineering at its high-performance production facilities. WCH supplied the required production equipment.

The members of the BFT editorial team were truly fascinated after a twelve-hour transatlantic flight from Germany and a connecting two-hour flight from São Paulo, the economic hub of Brazil, to the state of Paraná near the tri-border region of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay: the small town of Marialva in southern Brazil is home to one of the most advanced precast plants in Latin America that produces precast elements for its large customer base in building construction and civil engineering. The product range mainly includes beams, columns and hollow-core floor units. At its headquarters in...

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