AccuDock became a part of the Rio Olympics

September 9, 2016 12:15 pm | Updated 5 years ago.

AccuDock, the company which is based in Pompano Beach and designs, builds and installs a large variety of floating docks and also working platforms for residential, government and commercial usage, with also extending their services in rowing and boating venues in many parts of the United States and overseas provided their equipment’s for many events in the Rio Olympics. AccuDock had supplied the exciting range of rowing docks at the 2016 Rio Olympics as well as in 2015 World Junior Rowing Championships in Rio, and 2013 World Rowing Championships in South Korea.

John Harrison, AccuDock’s founder and president said, “We were watching the Olympic rowing competition on TV. We felt so proud to see our equipment there. It’s an honor to be part of the Olympics.”

“We build everything in house and all our parts come from suppliers in the U.S,” said Jason Harrison, the founder’s son and AccuDock’s general manager. “Many of our products are custom made and we supply customers all over the world.”

AccuDock is one of the fastest-growing companies in South Florida. They work with a network of distributors in different areas and sells docks, accessories and parts with prices ranging from $1,200 for a simple kayak dock to $30,000 for a residential dock to millions of dollars for large systems.



Date of Publication: AUGUST 12, 2016