Spiroll is pleased to promote the International Prestressed Hollowcore Association. IPHA brings together over forty years of experience in the design, development, production, sales and marketing of Prestressed Hollowcore Flooring.
The Association was originally started as ISPA (International Spiroll Producers Association) in 1969 by seven companies who were operating Spiroll machines in seven different countries and saw the need to share experience and knowledge in design, development and production of hollowcore floors. IPHA has ever expanded to cover all aspects of the hollowcore flooring industry and has grown in size and strength ever since.
An IPHA Conference is held annually in a different host country. The conference generally lasts three days with members presenting papers on R & D, production, marketing and other relevant matters. There are also guest speakers of international repute. The programme usually includes a visit to a hollowcore production facility, local to the Conference venue, allowing new developments and variations in practice to be seen and discussed between Members.
The event is designed to be instructive and informative, but also has an enjoyable social programme for delegates and their partners in a generally relaxed atmosphere, which allows ample time for informal discussions outside the arranged programme events.
This year’s conference is being hosted by Contiga in Oslo in May this year. It will be a great event and is an absolute must for anyone in the hollowcore industry.
To encourage new members IPHA have until further notice suspended the current IPHA entrance fee of 2500 Euros.
We hope to see you in Oslo!
Tel: +44 (0)1332 365 131
Fax: +44 (0)1332 291 736
Spiroll Precast Services Ltd.
Unit 2, Kingsway Industrial Park
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