Braas roof tile factory in Buchen-Hainstadt celebrates 20th anniversary

The factory gate at the Braas plant in Buchen-Hainstadt stood wide open on July 24th: the roof tile factory was celebrating its 20th anniversary with a promotion event and an open house.

Braas‘ takeover of the family-owned Rupp Company in Hainstadt in 1990 amounted to a strategically important step, namely the addition of ceramic roof tiles to their existing portfolio of cement roof tiles. For the first few years following Germany’s reunification, demand was so high that two planar tile plants for pressed roof tiles had to be built on the premises of the Braas subsidiary Rupp
Keramik. Even in...

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