Casablanca – Morocco will participate in the 8th edition of AEROMART, an international business convention for the aerospace industry, scheduled from April 4 to 6 in Montreal (Canada), announces the Moroccan Agency for Investment and Export Development (AMDIE).
As was the case in the previous edition of AEROMART, this event brings together more than 3,000 participants and 1,500 companies from 45 different countries. Morocco is the only African country represented, which highlights the success of the country in a market that is typically dominated by North American and European players, according to a statement from AMDIE.
THE MOROCCAN AEROSPACE INDUSTRY IS READY TO MEET YOU AT #AeromartMTL23✈ 📢 We are pleased to welcome you in the Moroccan aerospace industry pavilion by @miceppgov_ma @amdie_agency @MoroccoNow_Ofcl GIMAS (Moroccan Aerospace Industries Association) pic.twitter.com/gAIGL2PAhY
— Aeromart Montréal (@AeromartMTL) March 29, 2023
Mohcine Jazouli, the Minister Delegate to the Head of Government responsible for investment, convergence, and evaluation of public policies, is in charge of the Moroccan delegation, which is also made up of Moroccan aerospace companies. Director General of AMDIE Ali Seddiki and President of the Group of Moroccan Aerospace Industries (GIMAS), Karim Sheikh, are also present.
The Agency would like to remind everyone that Morocco has become one of the world’s top aviation destinations as a result of His Majesty King Mohammed VI’s progressive vision. Nowadays, 142 businesses in the Moroccan aviation sector employ close to 20,000 people and turn over $2 billion annually.
According to Jazouli, who was quoted in the announcement, “AEROMART Montreal is a wonderful opportunity to join industry leaders and build relationships and agreements on a significant scale.
Because it has one of the most competitive aerospace sectors in the world, he said, Morocco is in a good position to keep luring business and investment.