Change in the building material world

As of March 1st 2010 ROTEC GmbH & Co. KG will have taken over the production plant for expanded silicate granulate and dry fills in Neuwied from the quick-mix company Kruft GmbH & Co. KG. With the acquisition of the plant, ROTEC GmbH & Co. KG is responding to the growing demand in the dry mortar industries and in construction chemicals for natural lightweight aggregates, as well as the general trend of aggregates, substrates, and fills of natural origin.

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