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STROC  was created in 1989 as a maintenance company for industrial plants, initially operating at the refinery of la SAMIR in Mohammedia.

In 1993, the company built a production plant in Had Soualem in order to supervise the quality of boiler-making equipments delivered to customers, as well as respect deadlines’ compliance.

In 1995, STROC integrated all necessary skills to offer turnkey services to customers, such as planning and civil engineering.

In 1997, STROC materialised this approach by delivering to AKWA group, a turnkey hydrocarbon tank farm, PETROLOG.

In 2002, to improve its production capacity, STROC automated the steel frame flow line, the capacity of which continually increased.

In 2004, STROC proved to be a general contractor by completing the building of the Court of First Instance of Ain Sebaa in Casablanca. During this same year, STROC was certified ISO 9001 v 2000.

Two years later, STROC delivered, as a turnkey project, a facility which was at that time considered as the largest hydrocarbon tank farm in Morocco, on behalf of SEJ, with a capacity of 105,000 m3.

Since then, STROC will continually confirm its ability to achieve any kind of turnkey building facilities.

In 2009, STROC delivered, within 7 months, all building trades, a car seat production plant with a surface area of 28,000 m², for the equipment manufacturer FAURECIA, in Kénitra.

This same year, STROC saw its quality approach awarded with a new certification, ISO 9001 v 2008.

In 2010, STROC forged ahead and was granted the certification OHSAS 18001 for health and safety compliance, as well as the CGEM label which represents the formal acknowledgment of the commitment of Moroccan companies to observe, defend and promote the universal principles of social responsibility and sustainable development in their economic activities, social relationships and more generally, in their contribution to value creation.

In 2010, STROC demonstrated again its ability to build major turnkey facilities, by carrying out the planning, supply, assembly and operation of a bulk product handling system as well as separator belt for OCP S.A in the MEA beneficiation plant in Khouribga.