EDA puts industry under the microscope

05 December 2019

The recently-published fifth edition of the European Demolition Industry Report provides an overview of Europe’s demolition industry from data gathered in the past 12 months, including information and forecasts from contractors themselves.

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All the data collected for the EDA’s European Demolition Industry Report is from demolition contractors themselves

Published by the European Demolition Association (EDA), it contains questions not asked in previous years and features three countries – Denmark, Ireland and Russia – that are taking part for the first time.

All data is collected directly from demolition contractors from all over Europe, through an online survey, translated into several European languages.

The European Demolition Industry Report 2019 is available at http://www.europeandemolition.org/industryreport

Also new from the EDA is a special 116-page book commemorating 40 years of the association, while the dates of the EDA Convention for 2020 have been confirmed as June 4 to 6. It will be held in Belgrade, Serbia.

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