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  • Four new Associate Members

    By 10 July 2014 August 7th, 2018 News

    Four new Associate Members

    Four new Associate Members

    Recently ABZ-1, infraTest, Vögele and Arizona Chemical joined EAPA as Associate member.

    ABZ-1 Group is a construction company in civil engineering and they are producing and paving asphalt. They are located in the Saint Petersburg area of Russia. They are one of the biggest construction companies in that region and have more than 1,000 employees.

    In their 6 asphalt plants they produced 1 million tonnes of asphalt in 2013

    The main activities of the ABZ-1 Group are general contracting in civil engineering, road construction, asphalt production, aggregate production, laboratory testing and research.

    infraTest Prüftechnik GmbH designs and produces of all kind of testing devices for the building materials industry and is located in Germany. Well-known is their asphalt analyser that was created within the company in 1992. infraTest is not only meeting the different testing standards worldwide, but is also being a qualified partner for all kind of difficult measurement applications; not only for single machines, but also for complex systems.

    InfraTest is one of the global market leaders and has an export ratio of around 80%.

    Joseph Vögele AG is a German machine construction company and is a member of the WIRTGEN Group, a group of companies operating on an international basis in the construction equipment industry. With the know-how and experience of the world market leader for road pavers, they design, build and test machines in the world’s most modern factory for road pavers in Germany. They provide a complete product portfolio with 17 road pavers, 8 screeds and various special-purpose machines.

    Arizona Chemical is the world’s leading bio-refiner of pine chemicals, established in 1930. It has its European principal executive office in Almere, The Netherlands. Arizona Chemical provides natural pine-based materials. For the road industry they currently supply resins for thermoplastic pavement marking applications and pine chemicals for bitumen emulsifiers. New developments focus on additives for the use of high RAP content in asphalt mixes.

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