SBM Mineral Processing donates concrete mixing plant model to vocational school in Freistadt
Published by Emily Thomas,
On the initiative of SBM Mineral Processing and the Austria Ready Mixed Concrete Organisation (Güteverband Transportbeton, GVTB) it was decided at this year’s GVTB winter meeting to donate the exhibited model of a supermobile concrete mixing plant type EUROMIX® to the vocational school Freistadt for teaching purposes. “Due to the detailed depiction of the mixing plant components in a scale of 1:50, this model ideally supplements practice-oriented lessons,” says Director Ing. Judith Blaimschein BEd.
For more than 20 years, SBM has been represented on all major construction sites worldwide with the EUROMIX plant series. With more than 350 sold plants, the chance to work with EUROMIX plants is strong.
In the beginning of March, the invitation for the official handover of the exhibit was issued. Director Ing. Judith Blaimschein BEd, BDS, Ing. Josef Zeindlhofer, Ing. Dieter Fischer, Ing. Mario Raab-Wenzel, DI Christoph Ressler and some of the future ready-mixed concrete engineers came to the SBM headquarters in Oberweis, Upper Austria.
“Highly-qualified skilled workers are extremely important in our industrial sector. Therefore, it is crucial to create the conditions and lay the foundation for them with an excellent education,” emphasised DI Erwin Schneller in his welcome speech. After a short presentation of the technological competences of SBM Mineral Processing and the official press photo, SBM invited everybody to lunch, where the product specialists answered questions of the young people and gave them some tips.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/16042020/sbm-mineral-processing-donates-concrete-mixing-plant-model-to-vocational-school-in-freistadt/
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