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PostPosted: Sun Jun 14, 2020 10:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If you want to know about the cladding.
Now the tragedy of the Grenfell Tower fire and if people really bother to investigate you will find that it was a top EU Bilderberger Klaus Kleinfeld who was CEO of Arconic and knew that the cladding was inflammable but went on to sell it.
He is was sued by shareholders because of loss of profits because of the fire.
It seems he has now buggered off to Saudi Arabia.
He has now given himself the title of Dr Klaus Kleinfeld and is advising on how to enhance the economic, technological and financial development of Saudi Arabia.
He use to be CEO Siemens but had to leave as he was involved in bribery.



Whitehall_Bin_Men wrote:
It was top EU Bilderberger and crook Klaus Kleinfeld CEO of Arconic who knowingly sold flammable cladding which was used on the Grenfell Tower.

The shareholders brought a lawsuit against him because their shares plummeted.

Previously he was CEO of Siemens but was fired for having being involved with bribery.

Last heard of he was advising the Saudi Regime.Christine Lagarde another Bilderberger and convicted criminal.

The judge said he would not punish her.

Formally head of the IMF and now head of the EU bank.

How do they get away with it beggars belief.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 14, 2020 11:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Grenfell Tower fire: Cladding supplier distances itself from disaster as profits rise
Arconic made profits of $212m in the second quarter of the year as it moves to absolve itself of responsibility for fire
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/grenfell-tower-claddin g-profit-rise-arconic-fire-flammable-reynobond-panels-responsibility-p olice-a7858266.html

Rachel Roberts Tuesday 25 July 2017 00:41
Arconic, the firm which sold the flammable material used to make the cladding on Grenfell Tower, has reported higher than expected profits
Arconic, the firm which sold the flammable material used to make the cladding on Grenfell Tower, has reported higher than expected profits ( Reuters )
The firm that supplied the cladding used on Grenfell Tower has reported higher than expected profits as it moves to absolve itself of blame for the devastating fire.

Arconic made profits of $212m (£162m) in the three months to the end of June - the period including the 14 June inferno that killed at least 80 people - an increase of 57 per cent from the same quarter of the previous year.

It has announced it will no longer sell its Reynobond PE panels for high-rise blocks because it has no control over their installation.

It also raised its forecast for annual revenue to $12.7bn (£9.7) from $12.3bn (£9.4), thanks to better than expected sales.

Arconic Lower On Shareholder Lawsuit Over Fatal London Tower Fire
“The business increased revenue and profitability, continued to expand margins and take out cost,” said David Hess, Arconic’s interim chief executive. “We ended the first half of 2017 with significantly less debt, a strong cash position and good liquidity.”

The company now faces several class-action lawsuits that accuse it of making false and misleading statements related to its sales of the panels from plaintiffs who are complaining about the 7 per cent fall in the value of its shares in the wake of the catastrophe.

Since the fire – the deadliest in the UK for more than a century – at least 149 high-rise buildings in 45 different local authorities in the UK have failed cladding safety tests.

The Reynobond PE panels used in the cladding of Grenfell were the cheapest of three options including panels with a fire resistant core, suitable for buildings up to 30 metres, and panels with a non-combustible core, for buildings above that height, outlined in Arconic’s own leaflet.




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Its website continues to promote the cladding as part of "beautiful, secure and sustainable buildings" used by millions of people around the world.

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Arconic, known as Alcoa Inc until 2016, told the Independent it was unaware the panels would be used for the high-rise, owned by Kensington and Chelsea Council, and was not responsible for deciding what was compliant or not compliant with local building regulations.

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It is continuing to work with investigators to determine what caused the flames to engulf the tower block with such speed and ferocity, Mr Hess told investors as he announced the profits.

“Cladding systems contain various components selected and put together by architects, contractors, fabricators and building owners, and those parties are responsible for ensuring that the cladding systems are compliant under the appropriate codes and regulations,” the company said in a statement.

That decision to stop selling the panels was made out of “an abundance of caution as Arconic does not control the ultimate design and installation of the final cladding system,” the company said.

“We extend our deepest sympathies to those who have lost so much,” Mr Hess added.


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An Associated Press review this month found that some building owners in the US were unaware that the same Reynobond PE panels, which feature a polyethylene core, were also used on their buildings.

Polyethylene is combustible, according to federal agencies including the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention.

In many cases, building owners and regulators did not know the product was used on their structures, or exactly how it was applied, while some old building records had been destroyed.

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No one has declared any of the US buildings unsafe, nor has the US government ordered widespread testing of building panels that British authorities ordered in the aftermath of the catastrophe.

But at least three federal lawsuits seeking class action status this month accuse Arconic of knowingly failing to disclose the dangers of Reynobond PE.

“Despite the known flammability of the Reynobond PE panels, resulting in prohibitions against installing them in high-rises in the US and Europe, Arconic sold millions of dollars of the flammable panels for use in projects Arconic knew were inappropriate and presented a fire hazard,” lawyers for Janet L. Sullivan wrote in the lawsuit filed in New York's southern district.

Shareholders complain they lost money when Arconic's stock price dropped following the inferno.

The company has offices in Pittsburgh and New York and has sold Reynobond since it was first produced in 1989 at a company plant in Eastman, Georgia.


Whitehall_Bin_Men wrote:
If you want to know about the cladding.
Now the tragedy of the Grenfell Tower fire and if people really bother to investigate you will find that it was a top EU Bilderberger Klaus Kleinfeld who was CEO of Arconic and knew that the cladding was inflammable but went on to sell it.
He is was sued by shareholders because of loss of profits because of the fire.
It seems he has now buggered off to Saudi Arabia.
He has now given himself the title of Dr Klaus Kleinfeld and is advising on how to enhance the economic, technological and financial development of Saudi Arabia.
He use to be CEO Siemens but had to leave as he was involved in bribery.



Whitehall_Bin_Men wrote:
It was top EU Bilderberger and crook Klaus Kleinfeld CEO of Arconic who knowingly sold flammable cladding which was used on the Grenfell Tower.

The shareholders brought a lawsuit against him because their shares plummeted.

Previously he was CEO of Siemens but was fired for having being involved with bribery.

Last heard of he was advising the Saudi Regime.Christine Lagarde another Bilderberger and convicted criminal.

The judge said he would not punish her.

Formally head of the IMF and now head of the EU bank.

How do they get away with it beggars belief.


From Dave Lawton

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'Suppression of truth, human spirit and the holy chord of justice never works long-term. Something the suppressors never get.' David Southwell
http://aangirfan.blogspot.com
http://aanirfan.blogspot.com
Martin Van Creveld: Let me quote General Moshe Dayan: "Israel must be like a mad dog, too dangerous to bother."
Martin Van Creveld: I'll quote Henry Kissinger: "In campaigns like this the antiterror forces lose, because they don't win, and the rebels win by not losing."
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