Polish Investors Eyeing On Moroccan South
Polish companies have expressed their interest in investing in the southern provinces of the Kingdom which have become poles of attraction with high added value.
During a visit today, Tuesday, in the Polish city of Glowno, to factories manufacturing containers for civil and military use, fire engines and transport and logistics equipment, Morocco’s Ambassador to Poland, Abderrahim Atmoun signed a declaration of intent for the launch of a production unit in the southern provinces of the Kingdom.
The declaration was also signed by Chairman of the Chimide Polska Board, Krzysztof Teodor Biesiadecki and Zbigniew Siuśta, member of the Zamet-Glowno Board, as stated by the Moroccan embassy in Warsaw.
Biesiadecki justified his choice to settle in Morocco by “the climate of stability in the Kingdom, its development dynamics and the bold reforms launched by HM King Mohammed VI”.
The Moroccan ambassador took this opportunity to highlight the investment potential and business opportunities offered by the Kingdom, which has become a real hub for the African market.
In this context, Atmoun said that the southern provinces of the Kingdom have become an investment zone par excellence, thanks to their many fiscal and geographic advantages.
The Polish delegation, which has expressed its interest in investing in Morocco, promised to make a prospecting visit to the Kingdom in the near future.
According to the Embassy statement, Zamet Głowno and Chimide Polska also specialize in building field hospitals; they have jointly implemented more than 2,500 projects and are cooperating with the Polish Ministry of National Defense, the Land Forces Command, the Navy and the State Fire Service of Poland.