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Bolloré Logistics strengthens in Morocco

Based in Tanger Med since 2016, Bolloré Logistics is continuing its development to strengthen its positioning.

The Moroccan subsidiary of the French group is strengthening on Tangier Med. Bolloré Logistics Tangier Med has just carried out a JIT (Just-In-Time) warehousing and order management operation on behalf of its SEWS-CE customer. “This warehouse in the Med Hub logistics zone will enable SEWS-CE, the world leader in automotive equipment, to better serve its customers in Morocco and outside Morocco,” says Mehdi Mouhajir, Operations Director at Bolloré Transport & Logistics in Morocco, and also Director of Bolloré Logistics Tangier Med Agency.

It should be noted that the agency has started its operations on Tanger Med since March 2016, and that this strengthening of its presence consolidates its position. “We have always managed world-class clients in Tangier Med,” said Mehdi Mouhajir. In addition to SEWS-CE, the company now has multinational clients in its client portfolio in Tangier Med, such as Bosch, Huawei and Arcelor Mittal. Bolloré Logistics Tangier Med also continues to expand its offer to meet the expectations of its customers.


“On this platform, we offer logistics services such as warehousing, order picking, inventory management on behalf of our customers, and we also offer international transportation services for the import and export of their goods,” Mehdi Mouhajir details. In terms of storage capacity, the Moroccan subsidiary of the French group Bolloré has a capacity of 3,000 pallets and intends to double it in 2020 to reach a capacity of 6,000 pallets.

The top management tells us that it is currently in discussion with other multinationals to come to Med Hub to better irrigate sub-Saharan Africa from Tangier, which can also enable them to supply the Moroccan market. It should be noted that the logistician has more than 4,000 m2 in covered warehouse and processes some fifty files per month.

But, Bolloré Logistics also has other strings to his bow on the Tanger Med platform. The company also offers cross docking services for its so-called non-contractual customers. “These are customers who have specific needs over a specific period of time and come to us. The needs of this clients are handled in a separate warehouse in cross docking mode, which ensures a very competitive time to market”, concludes the Director of Operations.

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