Finally a reliable and long-lasting solution for repairing road surfaces

Germany's roads are in urgent need of repair

Germany is Europe's transit nation. Around 680,000 kilometres of motorway, A roads, B roads and local roads criss-cross the land. Every year, around 700 billion kilometres are covered, and this traffic leaves its mark: the road network slowly but surely becomes more and more worn every single day. Federal and State Ministers for Transport are raising concern about the condition of many roads in Germany.

"The roads throughout west Germany are in a terrible state"
Michael Groschek, NRW Minister for Transport in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung

Maintenance costs are the biggest expense item in municipal budgets. A long cold winter then further exacerbates the problem. Potholes have to be filled quickly, or they will soon get bigger.

"Our roads are disintegrating."
Eric Schweitzer, President of the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry in FOCUS

Cut costs, avoid traffic disruption

Road surfaces become badly worn over the decades. Cold and frosty winters cause cracks in the surface. Rainwater gets into the cracks and creates cavities. In frosty weather, the water which has collected beneath the road surface freezes, expands, lifts the surface and enlarges the cavities. Following the thaw, the asphalt breaks up and crumbles when vehicles drive over the cavities, giving rise to the dreaded cracks and potholes. Triflex offers a true alternative for repairing roads, grounds and driveways.