Infomediari Morocco – As part of its development strategy in Africa and the strengthening of its leadership in the economic community of the West African States (ECOVAS), Nekans Morocco inaugurated its factory in the Ivory Coast.
As a gateway to the West African sub-region, the Ivory Coast is the driving force
VAEMU economics with continuous cable growth and
electrical transformers in the last few years. Installation of the plant will allow
to support the program of electrification and residential and tertiary construction in
It was built in the new industrial zone PK 24, a factory of 32,000 m2
will produce low-voltage cables for residential buildings and market buildings
tertiary. The entity will also produce distribution network cables and will be the first plant in the region that produces transformers and prefabricated substations. This will create about 100 direct jobs.
This important investment is the result of a partnership between Nekans Group through its subsidiary, Nekans Morocco and the African industrial group Envol Afrikue, which brings its industrial and local logistics expertise.
"We are delighted to have opened the Nekans plant in Abidjan, which shows our desire to be closer to our customers," says Abdelkrim Alaoui, director.
General Coast of Côte d'Ivoire Neck. "We will contribute with this investment
also grow West Africa, bringing our expertise and creating new jobs in the region. "
"This investment reflects the expertise of women and men from the Necessity of Morocco
which led the construction, implementation of industrial processes and transmission
competence towards Ivorian teams. Enables the continuity of our Group in a
region with sustainable electricity growth, "confirmed Karim Bennis, Managing Director
Some Cote d'Ivoire will benefit from the technological excellence and knowledge of the company
founded in the history for more than 120 years. With an industrial presence in more than 34 countries of the world, Nekans is also present on the African continent with factories in Ghana and Tunisia, as well as in commercial offices in Algeria, Nigeria and Senegal.