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TS3 founder Stefan Zöllig travels to North America for the second time this year

18.10.2018

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Stefan Zöllig of TS3 will be on the road again in the USA and Canada in the coming weeks. One of the dates on the TS3 founder's agenda is a speech in the last week of October at the Industrialized Wood-Based Construction Conference (IWBCC) in Boston, a conference for industrial timber construction. The IWBCC takes place for the first time this year.

After the trade show is before the trade show. Stefan Zöllig and Marcel Herzog have only just returned from the Timber Expo in Birmingham, yet the TS3 founder is already packing his suitcase once again. Stefan Zöllig will be in the USA and Canada from 22 October until 8 November. In addition to participating in conferences relating to the timber industry, he will also visit partners and prospects as well as catch up with existing contacts. Zöllig visited North America earlier this year.


The goal of his upcoming trip is in particular to ensure that Timber Structures 3.0 AG is ready to participate in projects as soon as possible once TS3 technology has been approved for the North American marketplace. Approval is expected to be granted in around 12 to 18 months.


Zöllig to speak at wood-based construction conference in Boston

One of Stefan Zöllig's stations is the Industrialized Wood-Based Construction Conference (IWBCC) in Boston, a conference for industrial timber construction. The conference primarily addresses architects, designers, engineers, urban planners, timber manufacturers, public authorities and real estate administrations and will take place for the first time this year.


TS3 will be represented with its own booth at the IWBCC. In addition, Stefan Zöllig will present the company's TS3 technology during a speech on 26 October: he will speak about the butt joint bonding of timber as a key technology for point-supported shallow ceilings made of cross-laminated timber.