“Next years will be pushing double digit growth”

In 2015, the National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA) invited to the IconXchange for the second time. In San Antonio an editor of BFT International talked to the Association‘s President, Robert Thomas, directly after the event. Who is very delighted about the positive development of the IconXchange and about the growth US-American manufacturers of masonry blocks are recording.

BFT International: How did the Icon-Xchange develop since last year?

Robert Thomas: We had a good concept last year. The innovative approach, where we moved away from a bigger trade show floor format and introduced...

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