Camce and Tijan Petroleum to establish US$250m facility in Morocco

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Camce and Tijan Petroleum are to jointly build a new US$250m tire plant in Morocco. Camce VP Hu Wei recently signed the contract alongside Tijan VP Ibrahim Khayat.

The facility in Kenitra city in Morocco is expected to be completed by 2020 and will have an annual output of three million semi-steel radial tires for both passenger cars and light-duty trucks.

June 23, 2017

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