H-Bau Technik

New products and corporate design at Bau trade show

“All set for a fresh start in January” – this applies at least to the corporate image that H-Bau Technik GmbH intends to convey to its visitors at the Bau trade show to be held from 19 to 24 January 2015 in Munich. With its presence at two stands (Hall A1, stands 425/408), the company will be showcasing its product innovations, which include the thermally insulated Isopro connectors that link steel and timber beams to reinforced-concrete elements. H-Bau Technik will put its new corporate design on display at the Bau trade show.

Yet the company will also present a large number of improved and...

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