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Inauguration of the Renault-Nissan plant in Tangier by His Majesty King Mohammed VI of Morocco

Inauguration of the Renault-Nissan plant in Tangier by His Majesty King Mohammed VI of Morocco

His Majesty the King Mohammed VI inaugurates plant of Renault-Nissan in Tangier in the presence of Carlos Ghosn, CEO of Renault and Nissan.

The new Renault-Nissan plant in Tangier represents an investment of one billion euros.

The maximum capacity of 400,000 vehicles per year will continue the success of the Global Entry range.

This plant is the first automotive plant in the world to be zero emission of CO2 and zero discharge of industrial waters.

This is the largest car factory in the south of the Mediterranean with over 6000 numbers of the year 2015.

With a presence in Morocco for over 80 years, Renault builds on the strategic position of the port of Tanger between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, a developed and competitive suppliers of fabric, and a hand d'oeuvres trained in best automotive technology. 

Carlos Ghosn stated during the inauguration ceremony, "Renault and Nissan share the Kingdom of Morocco with big ambitions industrial development. Thanks to the commitment of Renault and its partners, and the unfailing support of the Moroccan government, our factory is on track to become a new reference in the global automotive industry. "

Of production capacities to continue the success story Entry

The plant started with the production of two new models Entry: Lodgy family and a small utility vehicle, also decline version particular vehicle. This site will increase volumes and to broaden the range of M0 range, in complement of models manufactured in factories in Pitesti (Romania) and SOMACA (Casablanca, Morocco), which are currently at the limit of capacity . Thus, the Renault Group can answer the supported clients for entry-level vehicles are recognized for their services / unreleased money demand.

A powerful industrial tool in the service of impeccable quality

Tanger Factory supports the growth of Renault and Nissan in the world, the odds of the Chennai plant in India. Pilotees by Renault, it relies on the Alliance Production Way (APW), which includes industry best practices Renault and Nissan.

An important training device was developed to position Tangier at the best level in terms of quality and performance.

In Tangier, Morocco and Renault have created a Training Institute Metiers Automotive Industry (IFMIA) finance 100% by the Moroccan state for the salaries of the plant as well as equipment manufacturers. In France, The Global Training Center (GTC) has received Flins 168 people working on this project for the training of trainers, coaching and factory technicians.

Impacts on the environment Deeper levels not seen for a factory body assembly

Site entirely new design, the Tangier plant is part of Renault's environmental policy group. It is the result of a unique partnership between the Kingdom of Morocco, Renault and Veolia Environnement.

The CO2 emissions have been reduced by 98% (compared to a plant with a production capacity equivalent to 400,000 vehicles per year), approximately 135,000 tons of CO2 per year. The factory will issue no shedding wastewater from industrial sources in the environment, and the levy of water for industrial processes has been reduced by 70%.

These results were obtained thanks to innovations in various stages of manufacture, has the use of renewable energies and What an optimized management of the water cycle. In recognition of these results, Renault was premium at the fifth edition of the "European Sustainable Energy Awards 2011" organized by the Union Europeenne in the "Production" category.

Renault in Morocco

Renault, the market leader, is implanted commercially in Morocco since 1928. In 2011, the Renault Group holds 37% of the market with its two brands Dacia (No. 1 in the market) and Renault (No. 2 on the market). The group owns the largest automotive network in Morocco with a commercial network of 64 sites. Renault also has a production site in Casablanca, Somaca (a subsidiary 80% owned by Renault).

Renault and Dacia sales in Morocco in 2011:

                  Sales 2011 PDM 2011

Renault 19 145 17.07%

Dacia 22,356 19.93%

MTM 112165     

The Renault-Nissan Alliance

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership for Renault and Nissan, whose seats are respectively in Paris, France and Yokohama, Japan. On a global scale, a new car 10 is sold by the set. Strategically reunited since 1999, Renault and Nissan sold 8.03 million cars in 2011, including sales of their Russian partner AvtoVAZ. Since the creation of this cross-cultural Association there 12 years, the Renault-Nissan Alliance has developed significant way, particularly in emerging markets.

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