Dyckerhoff

Nanodur – material with future potential

10 years of Nanodur – under this motto Dyckerhoff had invited to the Nanodur conference 2017 held in Kirchheimbolanden in Palatinate at the beginning of May of this year. Looking back to the more than 150-year company history of Dyckerhoff, ten years certainly is a short period, during which the company could give fresh impetus to the markets – both in concrete construction and mechanical engineering – by their innovative high-performance binder. To illustrate this, Martin Möllmann, marketing director at ­Dyckerhoff GmbH, Wiesbaden, was able to announce even a whole dozen of “impulse speeches”...

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