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French Clarans makes Morocco its African hub

The French group Clarans makes Morocco a continental hub for its development strategy in Africa.

The specialist in operational consulting in the areas of Purchasing, Information Systems and Organization Engineering has just created Clarans Africa, a new subsidiary whose mission is to manage, from its offices in Casablanca, the activities of the group in Africa.

This entity will support the international development strategy of the Clarans group, whose first milestones were set as of 2016 with three first locations on the black continent: Dakar in Senegal, Abidjan in Ivory Coast and Douala in Cameroon. A strategy that has already enabled the group created in 2004 to support several international institutions present in Africa.

In its home market, Clarans Africa will also have the mission to expand the portfolio of Moroccan customers, knowing that the Clarans group already has some references that it has accompanied in export mode from the head office based in Paris.

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