CEMS-Global USA’s International `Dye+Chem series of Exhibition’ has reached its accession in popularity around the world with the series exhibitions being organized by CEMS-Global across 4 continents of the world.
With the undeniable success of previous Morocco edition organized by CEMS-Global USA, CEMS-Global has made the decision to organize the Event in Morocco again for the second time from 4 ~ 7 November 2020 at Foire Internationale de Casablanca Expo Center, Casablanca – Morocco.
Casablanca is Morocco’s largest city and economic center. Morocco – a leading regional power and one of the most developed countries in Africa, Morocco is a melting pot of indigenous Berber, African, Arab and European influences. Due to its strategic location and proximity to Europe, the kingdom has been able to accommodate its cultural diversity in a stable and politically inclusive system. Located strategically between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, Morocco is a bridge in the trade with West African countries.
The Textile & Leather industry of Morocco has shown steady revenue increase in recent years. Some European Apparel buyers and distributors have re-oriented their purchasing strategy away from Asia to focus on nearby markets such as Morocco, Turkey or Tunisia. With a business friendly and welcoming environment, special economic zones and Industrial parks, Morocco is attracting huge Foreign investments in its Textile and Leather Industry as it moves to increase production in its Industries, thus making it a very potential market for Dyestuff and Fine & Specialty Chemicals.
Morocco’s Textile & Apparel sector recorded a 4% increase last year. The country’s exports reached MAD 35.5 billion (US$7.3 billion) in 2017. Morocco’s apparel industry operates around 1,600 factories and contributes 27% jobs to the national industry. The country’s textile industry makes up a considerable portion of the economy and the apparel production has gained importance in recent years, due to the perfect geographical location of Morocco and the country’s competitive work force.
The Textile & Leather industries of Morocco will see robust growth in coming years due to the Government’s active initiative and focus on these industries as its priority, to double the jobs in the garment industry and further develop its exports. The leather manufacturers of Morocco are aiming to mark US$1.3 Billion of leather exports by year 2020.
44th Dye+Chem Morocco International Expo 2020 will be a one-stop biggest marketplace of Morocco for Dyestuff and Chemicals business. Exhibitors from around the world will present their up-to-date products extremely useful for the development of the Textile and Leather Industries of Morocco, industrial use and other various applications. The Show will be fully equipped with all ranges of Dyestuff and Fine & Specialty Chemical products enhanced with the latest technology, will set a new definition in order to satisfy the growing demand of the Moroccan buyers.