U.S. auto manufacturer Delphi will open its fourth factory in Morocco:
It will be Delphi’s fourth production plant in Morocco, after plants in Tangier and Kenitra. The plant, which will be operational in 2016, will allow for the creation of 3,500 employment, according to the Director of Regional Investment Center (CRI) in Meknes-Tafilalt, Hassan Bahi.
The plant will be built on 5 hectares in the Meknes Agropolis, which is already the site of a Japanese company that produces cable bundles for Yazaki automobile. Bahi highlighted that the new Delphi project “is important for Meknes, the region, and for Morocco.”
The director of CRI Meknes-Tafilalt underlined that the choice of Meknes was made after a search of several cities including Casablanca, Kenitra, Laarach, and Settat…[FULL STORY]