Nexans's location in Cote d'Ivoire delivers high-quality products to customers after close and reliable sales. Ph: DR
World Leader of Electric Networks and Equipment Nexans Group launched its first plant in Côte d 'Ivoire on Friday in Abidjan. This is the result of a subsidiary company "Nexans Maroc", which monitors and realizes the project. African African Industrial Envol Afrique.
Ivorian Vice President Daniel Kablan Duncan and several government officials attended the opening ceremony of the new building, which will cost about 15 million euros by 2020 and will create 100 direct jobs by 2020. Some members of the government have participated in the Ivuar Cote d'Ivoire Ambassador Abdelmalyk Kattani and the diplomatic corps accredited in Abidjan several members.
Nexans Côte d Ivoire uses all the trained engineers and technicians who have been trained for months in Morocco. The management of the new factory will benefit from the top management of Morocco.
The new PC24 industrial zone, north-east of Abidjan, produces 32,000 square meters of low and medium voltage cables, as well as transformers for residential and third-floor construction markets.
It will also produce cables for the distribution grid and will be the first plant to produce transformers and combined substations in the region.
In this regard, the Ambassador of Morocco in Morocco to Cote d'Ivoire in Mexico, Morocco and Cote d'Ivoire, noted that they are currently linked to intense economic relations. their cooperation has been extensively diversified into several regions, for example, when the Ivárea coast of Nexans Côte d 'em today.
Abdelmalek Kettani said that Morocco-Jordanian cooperation is currently archetypalized by South-South cooperation, proposed by King Mohammed VI and President Alassan Outerra.
Following a bilateral partnership, he presented a good example of North-South-South cooperation, which was the basis of this tripartite partnership between Nexans Côte d Ivoire coast of Morocco, France and Côte d'Ivoire.
The diplomat also congratulated the Ivorian authorities, Doing Business 2019 and Mo Ibrahim, of the latest efforts by the Ivorian government to make a contribution to the dynamics of sustainable development in Côte d 'Ivoire and a driving force for regional economic growth. has made substantial progress in its rating.
In turn, Nexans Côte d'Ivoire Chairman Abdelkarim Alouhi in Morocco, thanks to this large investment, Nexans contributes to the growth of West African consumers and creates new direct and indirect jobs for this international group.
As a gateway to northern West Africa, Cote d'Ivoire is the driving force of the WMEEA economy, which has continued to grow in the cable and electric transformers market in recent years. Nexans noted that Cote d'Ivoire supports the Ivuar program for the installation of the plant, in particular, for electrification and domestic and tertiary installations.
"The availability of Nexans in Cote d'Ivoire allows our customers to have high-quality products and close proximity to them, and will also be able to profit from reliable and affordable sales at any time," continued Nexans Côte White.
Nexans, which produces cables for various fields of activity (telecommunications, mining, energy, automobile, port infrastructure, aerospace, etc.) by the end of 2015, employs 800 people and has achieved 1.7 billion dirhams. about 155 million euros.
For its part, Envol Group unites more than a dozen industrial companies in West Africa. Its investment portfolio includes several sectors such as steel, profiling and tent, aluminum, chemical (industrial glue and paint), packaging, and agro-industry.