Händle and ZMB Braun – optimal solutions for the North African brick and tile industry

More than 250 Händle built machines are presently operating reliably in North Africa. About 30 of them are in Morocco and Tunisia, and the other 220 in Algeria. Some are in use as individual machines, and some are part of a complete processing plant. Händle is commissioning five complete preparation and shaping plants in the region in 2017.

Also the new ZMB Braun extrusion die series for horizontal coring clay bricks is finding more and more satisfied customers. Due to immense demand for building materials in Algeria and to the fact that innovative heavy clay products like load-bearing blocks can offer new sales prospects, Algerian brick makers and investors are attracting more and more interest in partnering with the Händle – ZMB Braun group of companies.

Händle and ZMB Braun will be participating in Batimatec again this year with all the latest developments in extrusion dies and lots of information about the entire range of high-performance products and services. In addition, the Algerian customers are now enjoying better-than-ever technical and commercial support thanks to the increased presence and customer focus.

Händle GmbH Maschinen und Anlagenbau
www.haendle.com

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