A Polish economic delegation is conducting, from June 27 to 30, a visit to Laayoune-Sakia El Hamra, to explore investment opportunities in this region.
At a meeting held Tuesday with the Secretary General of the Wilaya region of Laayoune-Sakia El Hamra, Ibrahim Boutmilat, members of the delegation of the Polish group Oknoplast, European leader in the manufacture of PVC windows and doors, have highlighted the investment opportunities in this region which enjoys significant potential in terms of quality infrastructure and productive sectors.
This meeting was also an opportunity to highlight the pivotal role of the Kingdom, given its two seaboards and its strategic geographical position linking Europe to the African depth, in addition to qualified human resources.
Similarly, the members of the Polish delegation held a meeting with the Director of the Regional Investment Center (CRI) of Laayoune-Sakia El Hamra, which was marked by a video projection highlighting the achievements in the region, especially in social areas, and major investment projects planned, including in the port, agriculture, tourism and renewable energy sectors.
In a statement to the press, the director of the IRC, Mohammed Jifer, noted that the visit of this Polish group "highlights the growing attractiveness of the southern provinces of the Kingdom in terms of foreign investment from the private sector, including European countries.
Mr. Jifer noted in this sense that the visit of this foreign economic delegation to this promising region, is part of the economic dynamics and the territorial attractiveness of investment, in accordance with the vision of HM King Mohammed VI, aimed at making the southern provinces a locomotive of development at regional and continental levels.
For his part, the chairman of the group Oknoplast, Mikolaj Placek, expressed the great interest of the Board of Directors of this group to the Moroccan market and investment in the Kingdom, noting that an investment project will be launched in the manufacture of PVC windows and doors, in a joint project with a Moroccan partner.
"We are a Polish company, leader in Europe and present in 19 countries, the United States and Canada and we are working to position ourselves in the promising African market, "said the president of the group Oknoplast who was accompanied by a large delegation including the group's CFO, Damian Szatan.
Mr. Placek also praised the efforts of the Ambassador of the Kingdom in Poland, Abderrahim Atmoun, which allowed the Polish group Oknoplast access to the Moroccan market and to stop visually on the investment potential in the southern provinces of the Kingdom.
Oknoplast had materialized its decision to invest in the southern provinces, during a working meeting held with the Ambassador of the Kingdom in Poland, Abderrahim Atmoun December 04, 2021.
Oknoplast is among the leading European market manufacturers of PVC windows. Oknoplast is present, in addition to Poland, in France, Germany, Italy, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary.
-News on Western Sahara/Corcas