New Series

Surviving in a Niche

With the report on the Tuilerie-Briqueterie Pierre Lanter
in Hochfelden/Alsace, France, ZI Brick and Tile Industry International is launching a new series of articles to be published in no particular order under the heading “Surviving in a Niche”.

We are delighted to have enlisted the vastly knowledgeable expert and worldwide acknowledged specialist Willi Bender for the first reports on the history of brickworks and roofing tile factories. As the author of the book “Lexikon der Ziegel”, co-editor of the standard work “Brick and Tile Making” and with his new book “Vom Ziegelgott zum...

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Issue 2015-8

Clay brick and tile making – fit for the future?

To meet customer requirements, almost all brickworks offer a wide range of products, although the main turnover is generated with only a small part of the products. The talk presents the consequences...

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Issue 2021-06

Company museum documents brick history

Jungk brickworks was founded in 1862 and developed by a five generations to a major brickworks in Europe. Having stepped down from management of the company, senior director Ernst K. Jungk has...

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Issue 2014-2

Arvi Paloheimo †

On 25 January Arvi Paloheimo died at the age of 92 years following a long illness. His memory lives on, also in the numerous building projects of the great architect and designer Alvar Aalto, who...

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Issue 2010-10

Brick and Tile Training Course

The LGA Würzburg branch, togehter with the Federal German Association of the Brick and Tile Industry Regd and the Bavarian Association of Brick and Tile Industry Regd, will be holding the Brick and...

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Issue 2019-5

Brickworks North America Corporation acquires Sioux City Brick

Brickworks North America Corporation (Brickworks N.A.), the parent company of Glen-Gery Corporation, has acquired Sioux City Brick, an Iowa-based brick manufacturer. Sioux City Brick will become a...

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