Current press statements

This is where you will find the current English press statements of Deutsche Bauchemie.

— Pressemeldungen

Disrupted supply chains cause production bottlenecks

More and more member companies of Deutsche Bauchemie are feeling the impact of supply chain disruptions due to corona-related border controls and further international logistics problems. This has consequences for production, the ability to deliver and thus for fresh…

— Pressemeldungen

DIBt introduces unlawful technical rules for the maintenance of concrete structures

On 19 January 2021, Deutsches Institut für Bautechnik (DIBt) published the technical rule Maintenance of concrete structures (Technische Regel Instandhaltung von Betonbauwerken / TR Maintenance) on its website. At the same time, a new model administrative rules on…

New Chairman of the Board of Deutsche Bauchemie

At the annual general assembly 2020 in Berchtesgaden, the Board elected Dr. Christoph Hahner as the new chairman of the German construction chemicals association Deutsche Bauchemie. Dr Hahner is the executive director R&D and innovation management at DAW SE. He succeeds…

New Position Paper on the Revision of the Construction Products Regulation (CPR)

The discussion about a possible revision of the CPR has picked up speed. The European Commission, Member States, the European Parliament and the industry are debating what are the main problems and how possible solutions could look like.


Deutsche Bauchemie takes its…

German construction chemical industry can deliver

The member companies of Deutsche Bauchemie can currently supply their customers with the necessary products and systems with no limitation. This means that a basic requirement is met to ensure the operating of major construction sites.

New Board – New Members – New Award Winners

At its 69th annual general assembly the German Industry Association for Construction Chemicals Deutsche Bauchemie e.V. elected a new Board, announced new members and awarded science medals and young talent prizes to four junior scientists.