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Supplier Name Address Major Parts Suppliers Reports Country
Antolin Tanger S.A.R.L Zone Franche D Exportation De Tanger Lot No 22, Marocco image
Bontaz-Centre Maroc Zone Industrielle D'EI, Jadida 24040, EL Jadida, Morocco image
Delphi Automotive Systems Maroc SA rte de Rabat km 7, 90000 Tanger, Morocco image
Denso Thermal Systems Morocco S.A.R.L Zone Franche d’exportation de Tanger, Ilot 106, 9000, Morocco image
Faurecia Equipements Automobiles Maroc Sarl Zone Industriel, Bir Rami, Lot 46, 14 000 KENITRA, Morocco image
Fuji Autotech Morocco S.A.S. (FAMO) Tanger Automotive City, Tangier, Tangier-Assilah, Morocco image
Fujikura Automotive Morocco Tangier, S.A. 1 lot 7, Iocal 3, 4, 5 TFZ-Zone Franche-90000 Tanger, Morocco image
Induver 88, Bd Moulay Slimane Ain Sebaa - 20250, Casablanca, Morocco image
Intertronic Maroc SA 7, Rue Amyot d'Inville, Casablanca, Morocco image
JTEKT Automotive Morocco S.A.S. (JAMO) Tanger Automotive City, Tangier, Tangier-Assilah, Morocco image
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Apr 24, 2019

On April 23, Magna announced that it recently broke ground on construction of a new facility in Kenitra, Morocco, to supply global automakers with exterior and interior mirror systems.
The 61,400-square-foot facility represents an investment of USD 11.3 million by Magna and is expected to create up to 275 jobs. Production at the new plant is projected to begin in spring 2020. With this new facility, the company expands its reach in enhancing driver experiences through intelligent vision systems. 

Magna press release

Feb 27, 2019

On February 27, Varroc Group informed that the phase I of plant set-up by Varroc Lighting Systems S.A. Morocco (a wholly owned stepdown subsidiary Company of Varroc Engineering Limited) has commenced commercial operations. The said plant has been set up at: Lot 133, Zone de Tanger Automotive City, Commune Jouamaa, Province Fahs-Anjra, Tanger, Maroc, with an aim to manufacture and supply automotive lighting parts.

Varroc press release

Jan 25, 2019

On January 23, GEFCO informed that building on its unique expertise in automotive logistics and multimodal supply chain solutions, GEFCO transported the first two wagons in December 2018 to support Groupe PSA’s new Kenitra plant in Morocco.
Forty-five additional wagons will make the journey from Saint-Nazaire port in France to Tangier port in Morocco by the end of 2019. A total of 47 wagons will transport new vehicles on the railway connecting Tangier to Kenitra, where Groupe PSA will inaugurate a new plant. Production capacity for the Kenitra plant is expected to reach 200,000 vehicles per year by 2020.
A unique challenge in terms of industrial requirements and capabilities, this project demonstrates the strong partnership between Groupe PSA and GEFCO.
Through this project, GEFCO is supporting Groupe PSA’s ambitious development strategy in Morocco and in Africa more widely. The car manufacturer plans to make Kenitra a leading industrial hub and has already started developing a dedicated network.
This project will also further reinforce GEFCO’s position in Morocco. In January 2018, GEFCO announced its acquisition of GLT, a Europe-Morocco transport specialist and a leading operator of the gateway between Algeciras and Tangier. Today, GEFCO Morocco is a leader in the country’s supply chain sector and expects to double its workforce soon to support its future growth.

GEFCO Press Release