Fritz Mödinger

Andil Annual Meeting: Regeneration!

Under this motto, this year’s annual meeting of Andil, Associazione Nazionale Industriali del Laterizio, was held on 16/17 June in Milan, where the Italian Brick and Tile Association was established 70 years ago. Venue for the meeting was the building of the Lombardy Industrial Association designed by Gio Ponti.

The annual results of the Italian Brick and Tile Association are largely balanced, despite a considerable decline in the membership fees. The Board of the Association was confirmed in office with a large majority.

Following research and development projects are actively pursued:


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