German newsletter turns its eye to U.S. hydronics

October 1998
Engineered Systems;Oct98, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p26
Trade Publication
Discusses the acquisition trend in the heating industry. Increase in European corporate attention on expansion opportunities in the United States; Publisher of a newsletter covering the German plastics industry, Winfried Hamich's publication of a handbook which attempts to summarize the United States market for heating and plumbing tube; Market share of the American hydronic market in comparison with the German market.


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