This year, IACDS celebrates its 25th anniversary with the launch of its Yearbook 2020 with special collaborations from people and entities that have been involved during these years.
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AGP is a manufacturer of electric power tools that is characterized by its in-house motor production, design studio, and test laboratory facilities.
World of Concrete made the proactive decision to reschedule WOC 2021 from January to June: the event will now take place June 8-10, educational offerings June 7-10, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The European Council approves €87.4 billion of financial support to 16 member states in the form of EU loans under SURE – a temporary EU instrument to mitigate unemployment risks during the COVID-19 crisis.
Due to the cancellation of the IACDS Annual Convention 2020, this year’s General Assembly of the association will be held by videoconference on October 26 from 11.00nh to 12.00 h (CET).
The International Association of Concrete Drillers & Sawers is preparing the International Drilling and Sawing Industry Report 2020, a report that will provide data about the evolution and trends of the concrete drilling and sawing industry.
HEGER is a manufacture of diamond tools for industrial purposes that is characterized by its In-house production, flexible manufacturing and short delivery times.
Due to the sanitary situation generated by the Covid-19 and its consequences in Europe and the world, the IACDS Board of Directors has decided to cancel this year’s annual event, as the safety of attendees and sponsors is paramount.
The European Construction Sector Observatory (ECSO) has launched an analytical report in order to better understand, through national case studies, some of the main causes of late payment, and how policies and instruments are tackling this issue.
The yearbook, which is expected to be launched in the autumn of this year, is supported by leading companies in the sector.
The organizers of the event have decided to postpone it to next year due to the COVID-19 crisis, since in Sweden, for security reasons, there are still restrictions that make it difficult to hold activities with many attendees.
The nine National Associations that are members of IACDS are once again participating in the yearbook, providing information about their association and activities, as well as what is their vision about the industry in the last years and where it should evolve.
The Concrete Sawing & Drilling Association (CSDA) announces new Officers and Board members, who were elected in April.
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European Construction Sector Observatory (ESCO) publishes its report on skills development in the EU construction sector, which states that the sector will need 1 million new and replacement workers by 2025.