Morocco’s Steel Construction Firm Expanded to Equatorial Guinea

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The heavy steel construction company, Delattre Levivier Morocco (DLM) has reached Equatorial Guinea after taking 51% stake in companyheavy steel construction company, Delattre Levivier Morocco based in Côte d’ Ivoire and Congo Republic.
According to the Director and CEO of DLM who has directed more than forty sites in the region for the past seven years, the construction of the cement plant project will commence in two months and will be done by groups of at least 300 Moroccan people.
The leaders are in preparation to keep on making projects in highly potential African markets other than Congo Brazzaville, Côte d’Ivoire and Equatorial Guinea. One of the group’s major players is GEMA Construct (GECO) which specializes in metal construction. The group also plans to carry on developing projects in Burkina Faso, Ghana, Senegal, Mauritania, Togo, and Mali.
Furthermore, DLM is in the process of improving its standing in renewable energy as well as wind energy and got the contract to create 40 Park Tarfaya’s turbines. They also got a project in National Electricity Board and Drinking Water ( Onee ) under the integrated wind program 850 MW, of which the tender was launched last February.
It is also targeting other projects like the Nareva and Taza wind farm and in position to retain it sales drive in its other undertaking.

The year 2012 and 2013 has been described to show strong growth, and their aiming to toughen its working capital, optimize operating cost and lessen their short-term debt and to maintain all of these up to the next year.

Mohamed Dekkak