Murray Rattana-Ngam – new board member at TBE

At the TBE Board Meeting on 4 December 2018, Murray Rattana-Ngam, Managing Director of the brick company Ziegelwerk Bellenberg, was elected to the board of the TBE European Brick Association.

The board meeting was held during the European Ceramic Days 2018 in the European Parliament in Brussels.

Murray Rattana-Ngam (44) was born in Munich and studied Mechanical Engineering at Munich University of Applied Sciences. Following his studies, he worked for many years abroad, for example in China, Thailand, Pakistan, Brazil, the USA, Uruguay and Morocco. Since March 2016, he has been mainly responsible for production and mine operations at Ziegelwerk Bellenberg. Murray Rattana-Ngam is Chairman of the Board of the Brick and Tile Research Institute Essen (IZF) Regd and also involved with numerous other committees.

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