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CRI Investment Day: The CRI of Marrakech-Safi Revitalizes the Industrial Offer

This call for projects is the result of a collective effort, under the aegis of the Wilaya of the Marrakech-Safi region and the Province of Rehamna, in partnership with the company Al-Omrane Marrakech-Safi, the regional directorate of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Urban Agency of Rhamna El Kelaa and the Commune of Sidi Bouathmane.

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The Regional Investment Center Marrakech-Safi (CRI-MS) organized this Friday, December 17th, 2021, the official launch ceremony of the call for projects of the industrial park of Sidi Bouathmane, located 20mn from Marrakech, in the presence of the Governor of the province of Rhamna, the President of the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services of Marrakech Safi, the Acting Director-General of Industry, as well as senior representatives of the Ministry of Industry.

After having presented the industrial assets and opportunities of the metropolis of Greater Marrakech, a visit of the park took place, allowing hundreds of industrialists who responded to discover the infrastructure of the industrial zone and the feedback of industrial actors already present on the site.

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At the moment, 44 lots ranging from 230 to 15,000 sq.m. are offered to industrialists with projects that create value and jobs at an average price of 240 dhs/m2

This call for projects is the result of a collective effort, under the aegis of the Wilaya of the Marrakech-Safi region and the Province of Rehamna, in partnership with the company Al-Omrane Marrakech-Safi, the regional directorate of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Urban Agency of Rhamna El Kelaa and the Commune of Sidi Bouathmane.

“For the past two years, the CRI of Marrakech-Safi has received several requests for structured and competitive industrial land from local, national and international industrialists. And this demand has not dried up, despite the pandemic. This release of 44 undeveloped lots is a first response, pending the development of new industrial zones around the future industrial and logistics hub of Harbil,” said Mohamed Amine Sabibi, Director of the Economic Impetus and Territorial Offer.

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In direct proximity to Marrakech on the one hand and the new green city of Benguerir on the other hand, Sidi Bouathmane is promised a very bright future. Indeed, several structuring projects are planned in this area and will increase its attractiveness and develop its socio-economic fabric. We can mention the future multimodal logistics zone, the future agropole and wholesale market, as well as a new residential and commercial development zone, housing a university on 10Ha.

¨To bid on the call for projects, investors will first have to submit their applications at the following link: www.marrakechinvest.ma/PISB

Then a first committee will pre-select investors according to a transparent evaluation grid giving pride of place to projects that create value and jobs, dedicated to export or substitute for import.

A second stage of pre-selection will take place, followed by a response of the pre-selected submissions to a checklist that is available at the platform cri-invest.ma.

These files will then be processed by the Unified Regional Investment Commission, in accordance with Law 47-18¨ says Rafika Habra, Director of the House of the Investor of CRI Marrakech-Safi.

This event is part of the second edition of the CRI Investment Day, after the one in Sidi Kaouki, which was held in May 2021.

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