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AMIDEAST opens a new office in Rabat

The AMIDEAST American organization has just opened a brand new one in Rabat, specifically in the Hay Riad district. The extension will offer, as for the other six Moroccan branches of the group, free counseling sessions and the opportunity to win many benchmark tests, including the TOEFL.

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DHL unveils its ambitions in Tangier

Its Moroccan hub, recently installed in Tangier, DHL Global Forwarding intends to exploit the maximum geographical advantages. The warehouse covering 6,000 m², of which 3,600 are covered, is in fact the largest that the Deutsche Post subsidiary has installed in Morocco. In terms of volume, the site will be able …

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CFC hosts the “FintechAD Global Tour”

Casablanca Finance City (CFC) will host the African FintechAD Global Tour on Thursday 19 September in Casablanca, an international roadshow to select the best global start-ups to participate in the Fintech Festival in Abu Dhabi (21-23 October) . This roadshow is initiated by the financial center Abu Dhabi, a partner …

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Spanish Himoinsa settles in Morocco

Himoinsa, a specialist in the design, manufacture and marketing of energy generation systems is opening a door to West Africa via Morocco. After 18 years of commercial relationship with major local givers, the Spanish group opens its subsidiary in Casablanca (Zenata road). Himoinsa Morocco comes with a very wide range …

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Sabriscan settles in Tanger Automotive City

Sabriscan, a Finnish specialist in industrial molds, has moved to Tanger Automobile City, an industrial area forming part of the TangerMed industrial platform. The company specializes in the design and manufacture of complex molds in demanding materials. It comes as a result of many other operators working in the field …

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Glovo arrives in Agadir

After starting its services in Casablanca, Marrakech, Mohammedia, Rabat and Tangier, the home delivery specialist, Glovo, relies on Agadir. The Spanish group, which has more than 1,500 deliverers on the Moroccan market, now covers the 6 largest cities in the Kingdom. “We are pleased to offer our services today in …

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