Egis on board for Kenitra–Marrakech TGV project

Egis on board for Kenitra–Marrakech TGV project

The French engineering group, with a strong presence in Morocco, will carry out studies for ONCF on the project to extend the Moroccan high-speed rail network, currently in the preliminary phase.

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            ▪ Egis on board for Kenitra–Marrakech TGV project

▪ The French engineering group, with a strong presence in Morocco, will carry out studies for ONCF on the project to extend the Moroccan high-speed rail network, currently in the preliminary phase.

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/813758/egis-on-board-for-kenitra-marrakech-tgv-project/

Egis is making inroads into the Moroccan railway sector. Led in Africa by Arnaud de Rugy, the engineering group owned by management, Tikehau, and the French Caisse des Dépôts recently won the contract to assist in the external supervision of the 430km Kenitra–Marrakech high-speed line project.

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