Tanger Med: 35 new projects for 2.2 billion dirhams

The Tanger Med industrial platform closed the year 2022 with 35 new industrial projects, up 25% year-on-year.

 According to the Q4-2022 newsletter of the Tangier Med Group, these projects represent private investments of 2.2 billion dirhams (MMDH), up 83% year-on-year, and 5,000 new jobs.

 These projects include the Turkish automotive supplier Martur Fompak International, specializing in the production of interior equipment and automotive seats, the German Group Stahlschmidt International Holding GmbH (SCS), specializing in components and assemblies for mechanical release systems, International Paper (IP), a leading manufacturer of renewable fiber-based packaging and absorbent pulp solutions, and the company TEXMANIA, dedicated to the manufacture of ready-to-wear finished products for export

 In addition, there is the Master Preserver CUMAREX, which provides food solutions to the national and international market, and INDUS Technologies, with a manufacturing unit for identification products for digitization and automation in the automotive, aviation, chemical, food, health, horticulture, leisure, metals and oil and gas sectors, among others. 

 Meanwhile, 4 companies operating within the industrial platform have launched projects to expand their activities in 2022, including TE Connectivity, a leader in the field of industrial technology with the creation of a new plant in Tangier Automotive City, the Turkish company MARTUR FOMPAK, through a production unit of automotive seat components, and Emirates Automotive Logistics, a subsidiary of the Emirati Sharaf group with a new logistics center dedicated to automotive logistics, notes the same source.

On the logistics side, 14 new operators have started their activities in the port logistics area of Tangier Med, including logisticians such as ARAMEX with its distribution hub to Africa, the transport and logistics company LOGIC OVERSEAS, and multinationals such as APTIV, the automotive supplier and one of the world’s leaders, and SEBN MAF factories and subsidiary of the group SUMITOMO.

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