Sponsors and partners



As a global leader in the market for phosphate and its derivatives, OCP has been a key player in the international market since its founding in 1920.
Present across the value chain, OCP extracts, markets and sells phosphate and its derivatives, phosphoric acid and fertilizers. We are the world’s largest exporter of phosphate rock and phosphoric acid, and one of the world’s largest fertilizer producers.
OCP is involved in all aspects of value-creation in the phosphate industry: extraction and ore processing, transforming the raw material into an intermediate liquid, phosphoric acid, and producing finished products by condensing and granulating the acid or by purifying it to make fertilizers and purified phosphoric acid.

For more information, please visit: http://www.ocpgroup.ma/en



Alstom, a world leader in transport infrastructure, power generation and transmission.
Present in around 100 countries, the company is the world leader in integrated power plants for the production of electricity and air quality control systems. Alstom has solutions for all energy sources (coal, gas, nuclear, fuel-oil, hydropower, wind) and is a leader in innovative technologies for the protection of the environment (reduction of CO2 emissions, elimination of pollutant emissions). The Group is also developing CO2 capture processes and has integrated this technology in pilot plants in Germany and USA.

For further information please visit the website http://www.alstom.com/

Tanger Med Port Authority - TMPA


Responsible for planning, developing and managing both the Tanger Med complex and the industrial platform, TMSA is a Management and a Supervisory Board with capital of 818,000,000 dirhams (75 million euros). It is controlled directly by the State through the Hassan II Fund for Economic and Social Development.
On April 20, 2011, TMSA adopted a new organization granting the subsidiarization strategy of TMSA’s operational activities. In this organisation, the subsidiary "Tanger Med Port Authority" (TMPA) deals with the port’s activities.

For more information, please visit:http://www.tmsa.ma/

APM Terminals


APM TERMINALS, is a subsidiary of the A.P. Moller-Maersk Group. World leader in the shipping and port industry, it also enjoys a strong presence is the oil and gaz industry and in logistics and distribution. The AP Moller Maersk Group is present in 130 countries with over 108 000 employees. APM Terminals International operates in 55 ports and terminals in 34 countries.
APM provides its customers with the best operations standards thanks to its use of advanced technology and equipement. APM Terminals International was awarded the "Port Operator of the Year" by « Lloylds List » in 2009, and won the 2011 prize for "innovation in maritime operations" at the 23rd ceremony of the "Seatrate" in London.

For more information, please visit:http: http://www.apmterminals.com/



Locomotives Leasing company, Akiem offers to French and European operators a large range of modern equipment.
The Leasing can be completed by services “à la carte”: from dry leasing to Full service, insurances, expertise and web solutions.
Akiem is a 100 % subsidiary of SNCF Geodis; it is a light organisation which leans on the skills of the group and which is entirely dedicated to the customer service.

For more information, please visit:http: http://www.akiem.com/



SCIF, part of Ynna Holding Group, has been a rail industry specialist since 1948. The company owns more than 100,000m2 of workshop and office space, with a solid track record in the manufacturing of wagons and bogies. The company’s industrial assets and know-how put it in an enviable position when it comes to forming strategic partnerships with major contractors.

Today, SCIF’s business segments are as follows:

  • Manufacturing of rolling stock
  • Refurbishing of passenger railway coaches
  • Manufacturing of storage tanks for gas and liquids
  • On-site assembly: steel structures, pipe fittings, tanks, pressure vessels, conveyors, etc.
  • Manufacturing of 3kg, 6kg and 12kg gas cylinders
  • Manufacturing of various goods

The company’s business operations are fully compliant with international product safety, workplace safety and environmental standards.

For further information please visit the website http://www.scif.co.ma/



- More than 50 years experience in public transport
- 3000 current contracts
- References in 150 countries and 350 cities and towns
- 100% of High Speed Lines in France
- 50% of High Speed Lines around the world
- 1 in 2 metro lines in the world built with the help of SYSTRA
- World’s 1st project for catenary-free tramway line

For further information please visit the website http://www.systra.com/en/



NOVEC is the result of the merger between two companies Ingema and Scet-Scom, which CDG Development is the major shareholder.
NOVEC gathers the activities of both consulting companies, the most important are:

- Scet-Scom (founded in 1958): Construction, Urban Planning, Rural Engineering, Water Supply and Waste Water Treatment.
- Ingéma (founded in 1973): Large infrastructures (Dams, Highways, Bridges, Harbours, Tunnels), Water, Energy and Environment resources.

With the well known expertise of these two consulting companies, NOVEC is now a first class actor in the engineering sector. It employs more than 500 people, operating in various fields of activities.
Based in Rabat, NOVEC is represented regionally through the agencies of Casablanca, Marrakech, Agadir and future agencies of Tangiers and Fez. It operates also internationally, where it ambitions to become one of the main references namely in Africa and the Middle East.
Through the creation of NOVEC, CDG Development ambitions to endow the country with top level engineering. NOVEC will offer first class services in sectors related to sustainable territorial development, both domestically and internationally.

For further information please visit the website http://www.novec.ma/en/index.aspx

Bureau International des Containers - BIC


The Bureau International des Containers et du Transport Intermodal (B.I.C.), with 1700 members, is the only non-governmental organization linking all groups interested in containerization and intermodal transport: carriers, manufacturers, operators, lessors, shippers, forwarders, etc…

Besides its mandate given by the ISO and the WCO to allocate and protect the ISO alpha code for the identification of containers in International Trade, the BIC assignement also goes to :

  • Contribute to the expansion of containerization and intermodal transport,
  • Facilitate professional discussions on all subjects connected with containers and intermodal transport,
  • Obtain and keep updated specialised documentation for the benefit of its members.
    For more information, please visit: http://www.bic-code.org/



For further information please visit the website http://www.renault.ma/


Unione Interporti Riuniti - UIR

UIR is the Italian Association of logistic platforms. Its main objective is to consolidate and develop intermodality in transport and logistics through promoting synergies and stable interaction between freight villages, ports, companies and other bodies, intended to be systems of goods interchange in the “land-sea” cluster.

For more information, please visit: http://www.unioneinterportiriuniti.org/

World Customs Organization- WCO

The World Customs Organization (WCO) is the only intergovernmental organisation exclusively focused on Customs matters. With its worldwide membership, the WCO is now recognised as the voice of the global Customs community. It is particularly noted for its work in areas covering the development of global standards, the simplification and harmonisation of Customs procedures, trade supply chain security, the facilitation of international trade, the enhancement of Customs enforcement and compliance activities, anti-counterfeiting and piracy initiatives, public-private partnerships, integrity promotion, and sustainable global Customs capacity building programmes. The WCO also maintains the international Harmonized System goods nomenclature, and administers the technical aspects of the WTO Agreements on Customs Valuation and Rules of Origin.

For more information, please visit: http://www.wcoomd.org/