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Kordsa showcases KraTos at Sao Paulo Concrete Show

Aug '19
Pic: Kordsa
Pic: Kordsa
Kordsa, the global player in tire, construction reinforcement and composite technologies markets, presented KraTos, its brand in construction reinforcement, at the Concrete Show in Sao Paulo, Brazil, recently. The Concrete show is the largest event of cement and concrete industries involving new and innovative products and technologies in South America.

Kordsa displayed its innovative concrete reinforcement synthetic fibre KraTos and shared with the visitors the key features of KraTos, the first Turkish product in the international synthetic fibre market. It is highly preferred for many prestigious projects due to its quick applicability, ease-of-use, efficiency, reduced labour and high performance, said Kordsa in a press release. Visitors of Kordsa's stand had the opportunity to see first-hand and up close features of KraTos and Kordsa's competencies in synthetic fibres.

Having one of its 12 production facilities in Brazil, Kordsa saw the Concrete Show as an opportunity to extend and expand its construction reinforcement business line in South America. Concrete Show hosted more than 400 domestic and foreign exhibitors including ready-mixed concrete suppliers, cement suppliers, ready-mixed concrete and cement additive suppliers, commercial customers of suppliers, local and international contracting companies, state and governmental decision makers in more than 150 segments in construction including machine tools, concrete producers, manufacturers of accessories and tools, equipment for earthmoving and ground handling, concrete pumps, cutting and folding machinery, truck manufacturers, measuring equipment, additions, moulds and shims, software companies, and analytical laboratories. (PC)

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