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Eurobaustoff ends Euro-Mat membership

The Eurobaustoff headquarters have decided to leave Euro-Mat.

The Eurobaustoff headquarters have decided to leave Euro-Mat.

The German building materials cooperative Eurobaustoff leaves the European purchasing group Euro-Mat. The contract has been terminated to the end of 2017. More than half of Euro-Mat sales were accounted for by the German cooperation in the past.

In contrast, it will uphold its membership with the European corporate network Edin. To name just a few, the Finnish Kesko Group with all eight country organizations and the French building materials group Altéral, are also active there.

| 4 October 2017


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