Assessment criteria from the concrete product manufacturer’s point of view

Production according to applicable standards – Sufficient in the event of a dispute?

Concrete product manufacturers are frequently faced with the limitations of European standardization because applicable codes and standards specify many parameters but fail to provide clarity regarding product quality aspects that are crucial from the customer’s point of view. Reproducible assessment criteria are necessary in the event of a dispute with the client.

The situation appears fairly simple from the concrete product manufacturer’s point of view: they manufacture concrete products according to applicable product standards and ensure that related internal quality control activities are...

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