Rowa: involved in Tunnelling throughout the World

Each year Rowa Tunnelling Logistics invites its customers to Wangen/CH to inform them about the company’s latest developments. At the end of September 2009 it was made evident that the company’s extensive experience in the field of tunnelling equipment as well as plant manufacturing is increasingly being used in sectors on the surface. Focussing on mechanised equipment for tunnelling something that has been actively pursued since the firm was set up is experiencing a new lease of life. Interesting applications throughout the world were reported on in detailed papers and project presentations.

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