Podcast Episode 172: Interview at JLC Live with Ulrich Dahne and Holger Binder from Stabila
The Fine Homebuilding editors talk to the CEO and sales director of this world-renowned 130-year-old manufacturer of high-quality measuring equipment about why the simple spirit level is still popular in a world of lasers and digital displays.
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This week’s podcasts are from JLC LIVE in Providence RI.
Welcome to this special edition of the Fine Homebuilding podcast from the show floor of the JLC Live residential construction show in Providence, Rhode Island. This is senior editor Patrick McCombe. I’m joined by Digital Brand Manager, Rob Wotzak, Editorial Director Justin Fink, producer Jeff Roos, and Stabila’s CEO, Ulrich Dahne, and director of sales and marketing, Holger Binder.
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