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INDUSTRY NEWS Japanese know-how

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The bca and britpave are leading a dti-sponsored trade mission to Japan in a bid to encourage the uk use of ballast-free concrete railway tracks and concrete road barriers slipformed over existing steel barriers. The aim is to educate contractors, consultants and clients on the latest slipform- concrete innovations and developments.

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