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Gerhard Warning Verschleißtechnik und Industrieprodukte GmbH, 33619 Bielefeld, Germany

 


Despite its small size and only 300,000 inhabitants, Iceland is considered as a thriving economic region. In the past few years, projects there have included the erection of three aluminium production facilities. This gave great impetus to the construction materials industry from which the house building industry could ultimately profit. Iceland’s good economic prospects and, of course, its appealing nature were able to motivate Kai Westphal, a German concrete technical expert, and his family in responding to the invitation of Mest. This firm is Iceland’s largest manufacturer of construction materials, ready-mix concrete and concrete blocks with several factories throughout the island.

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Gerhard Warning
Verschleißtechnik und Industrieprodukte GmbH
Rehhagenhof 32
33619 Bielefeld, Germany
T +49 521 141313
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www.gerhard-warning.de
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