Giatec Welcomes MMC as a SmartRock® Plus Concrete Producer

MMC Materials, Inc., the Leading Supplier of Concrete Solutions Throughout Mississippi, South Alabama, West Tennessee, and Eastern Louisiana Partners with Giatec to Offer SmartRock® Plus to Local Contractors

MMC Materials, Inc., a concrete supplier that serves concrete customers in industrial, commercial, residential, highway, and infrastructure markets, has a rich and diverse history of delivering a wide range of projects from large, technical projects to commercial and residential work. SmartRock® Plus is a value-added solution offered to contractors and construction companies who want to obtain real-time concrete strength and temperature results. By partnering with Giatec and offering SmartRock® Plus to its customers, MMC Materials, Inc. will increase its product offering to bring more value to its customers.

MMC Materials, Inc. joins other leading ready-mix suppliers currently offering SmartRock® Plus including Lafarge Canada (British Columbia, Canada), Stoneway Concrete (Seattle, WA), Tomlinson (Ontario, Canada), Angelle Materials (Baton Rouge, LA), Hilltop (Cincinnati, Ohio), and Concrete Materials (Sioux Falls, SD). Over the years, MMC has been recognized for their commitment to safety, outstanding performance, environmental excellence, and successful projects.

About MMC Materials, Inc.

For over 90 years, MMC Materials has been a premier concrete producer committed to excellence, quality assurance, and continuous innovation. Their decades of experience and knowledge has allowed them to become the leading supplier of ready-mix concrete and comprehensive concrete solutions to areas surrounding Mississippi. The company serves concrete customers in Columbus, Greenville, Hattiesburg, Jackson, Meridian, Natchez, Starkville, Tupelo, and Vicksburg, Mississippi; Memphis, Tennessee; Mobile, Alabama; Gulf Coast; and more.

About Giatec

Giatec Scientific Inc. is a knowledge-based company that offers smart testing technologies and IoT to the construction industry. These include wireless sensors for the accurate monitoring of concrete and intelligent analysis of collected data during design, production, delivery, placement, and service to create knowledge and wisdom for all the stakeholders. Giatec also provides NDT tools to enable companies to save time and resources on construction projects. They are a global leader with exports to more than 70 countries utilizing the latest innovations in hardware, software, and mobile apps to help construction companies, concrete laboratories, ready-mix producers, consulting firms, and research institutes make critical decisions in their projects.

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