BetonTage at a glance
The BetonTage are Europe's largest precast congress that provides attendees with a comprehensive knowledge platform by combining the congress program with an industry exhibition. Each year, about 2,000 attendees from 20 countries join this industry gathering at the Edwin-Scharff-Haus Congress Center and thoroughly enjoy the personal touch and pleasant atmosphere at the event. This long-standing congress features a high-profile agenda, renowned speakers and a fully booked exhibition of the engineering, software and supplier industries. Product-specific panels provide key insights into latest trends in concrete technology, manufacturing processes and standardization. Yet there are a lot more opportunities to share experience and expertise, engage in talks and network with peers and business partners.
You will meet:
- Senior managers from concrete and precast businesses and construction contractors
- Experts from academia and research, public-sector representatives
- Specifiers and designers from architects’ and engineers’ offices
- Quality control specialists
The exhibition covers the following segments:
- Manufacturing and conveying equipment and machinery
- Automation, control systems, quality control
- Additives and admixtures, concrete chemistry and surface finishing
- Reinforcement, fastening and anchoring systems
- Formwork and embedded parts
- Associations and service providers
Our supporters and partners
The BetonTage are endorsed by a number of supporters and partners.
Mit dem Ziel die Schlagkraft und Wahrnehmung der Branche in der Öffentlichkeit sowie in der Politik zu erhöhen, haben zahlreiche Branchenverbände der Betonfertigteilindustrie – regionale und
bundesweite Organisationen – ihre ohnehin bestehende, langjährige Kooperation bei länder- und fachübergreifenden Themen gebündelt.
The BIBM is the international federation of the concrete and precast industry. Its aim is to advocate industry interests and to promote international cooperation.
The core task of the DAfStb is to promote concrete and precast construction as a safe, durable, economical and environmentally friendly construction method. It provides a platform to merge all research and standardization activities related to building with concrete and reinforced concrete.
The DBV is an association to promote and continuously improve the academic and technical foundations of concrete engineering and construction technology. Its responsibilities include working on guidelines and standards as well as contributing to national and international codes, disseminating key insights and best practices through events and publications, and promoting research activities.
The FBF represents manufacturers of prefabricated cement-bound structural components in the German State of Baden-Württemberg. As an industry and employers' association, it provides support and consultancy to its member companies in the fields of business, law, labor and industrial relations, and engineering.
The International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib) formed by 43 national member groups and approximately 1,000 individual or corporate members, aims to develop at an international level the study of scientific and practical matters capable of advancing the technical, economic, aesthetic and environmental performance of concrete construction.
The future of construction would be unthinkable without innovations. As your partner for application-oriented contract research, IAB aims to create synergies between industry and academia and to develop ground-breaking solutions. For the best way to implement innovations is to shape them.
BFT looks back to a history of 70 years as the leading industry magazine for manufacturers of concrete products and precast elements as well as construction businesses working with prefabricated elements. It primarily addresses senior managers in this key industrial sector and is distributed worldwide.