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First time for SeaRock at M&CCE Expo

SeaRock which specialises in rock armour stone for Civil Engineering & Coastal Defence, is to exhibit at this year's Marine and Coastal Civil Engineering Expo.

Whether from Scotland, Sweden, Norway, France or Cornwall, 'rock on stock' is what SeaRocks is all about. Benefitting from extensive in-house resources, the company offers a reliable, competitive and professional service across a diverse range of Armour stone supplies.

As part of a Europe-wide alliance, SeaRock is able to provide capabilities and solutions for Armour stone supply, ship and barge loading/discharging, and rock handling operations; ideal for coastal defence/emergency works, flood protection, port & harbour related schemes, renewable energay infrastructure, river & canal restoration, partnering schemes and framework supply.

Operating from three UK locations in Southampton, Markfield and Anglesey, SeaRock is able to quarry, transport and handle; enabling the company to supply stone direct from the quarry to almost any project location in three seamless steps.

SeaRock will be at M&CCE Expo at Mayflower Park, Southampton UK 11-13 June.

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