F. C. Nüdling

Open Day event at concrete products manufacturer’s plant

In 1990, Hessian company F. C. Nüdling Betonelemente GmbH + Co. KG (FCN) took over the Fambach production site in the German State of Thuringia as its first plant in the territory of former East Germany. At the end of June 2014, FCN officially inaugurated a new building with dispatch and social facilities that covers an area of 395 m² at the premises of the Fambach precast plant. This building was constructed within a period of ten months; the outdoor area had been completed in 2013. The welcoming address given by managing director Peter Nüdling and local mayor Jürgen Herrmann was followed by...

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