The Drench company Thales works in the fields of space, aerospace, transportation and defence, will heavily invest in a 3D printing center in Morocco.
This new additive manufacturing facility is planned to be operational as soon as 2018. The construction will begin this year. The project is part of the Moroccan 2014-2020 Industrial Acceleration Plan.
Pierre Prigent, Thales Country Director in Morocco:
“This competence centre will give us access to a highly capable ecosystem of industrial suppliers specialising in mechanical parts; helping us meet all our requirements in terms of material, performance and reproducibility for the aerospace and space markets.”
Moulay Hafid Elalamy, Minister of Industry, Trade, Investment and the Digital Economy:
“This project consolidates Morocco’s position as a key industrial platform, expanding our aerospace ecosystem to include a new technology that will undoubtedly shape the future of the aerospace industry.”
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