Marshalls is pleased to announce that their Natural Stone division will take centre stage at Ecobuild this year, running at the ExCel centre, London between 8th and 10th March.
For the first time Marshalls will focusing purely on its range of natural stone products and services, demonstrating to visitors their Industry-leading approach to best practice manufacture and enviable global supply chain, and how Marshalls adds value to its customers across the entire specification process.
Marshalls is the UK’s leading supplier of hard landscaping materials, focusing on developing products which help architects, local authorities and contractors to create better spaces, whether it’s street furniture, natural stone, concrete block paving, water management or protective street furniture products.
On the stand will be a number of natural stone products including Marshalls’ range of indigenous Yorkstone, Cambrian Sandstones and the innovative Stonespar collection.
Visitors will also be able to pick up a copy of the brand new Marshalls Natural Stone brochure which offers inspiration through colour and texture, real life case studies and demonstrates the full breadth of the Marshalls natural stone range.
Dave Stanger, Marshalls Natural Stone National Commercial Manager, said: “Ecobuild is the ideal place for us to launch our fantastic new Natural Stone Brochure and to share the message about how we work with customers to find the best products and provide project specific tailor-made solutions.
“At Marshalls we have over a Century of experience in the supply of natural stone and we understand this product better than anyone else in the market. We can add value to our customers across the specification process, from concept and design, bespoke manufacture, to onsite support and engineering expertise. Come and see us at Stand E5200 to speak to one of our experts.”
“We’re also proud to have one of our stone experts, Gordon Hines, speaking at the Specifier Live Theatre on Thursday at 2.30pm on themes around best practice in stone specification.”