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AGC to Establish Automotive Glass Production in Morocco

August 11, 2016

AGC Asahi Glass announced that AGC Automotive Europe has reached a basic agreement with Induver Holding, a glass manufacturer in Morocco, to set up a joint venture for manufacturing automotive glass. Establishment of the production base marks the AGC Group’s first operations in North Africa. This latest deal is subject to approval by the relevant local authorities.

Morocco has been enjoying the highest economic growth in North Africa, reflecting its position in recent years as a production base for Europe. Automakers in Europe have already decided or plan to set up operations in the country. Automobile production in Europe exceeds 20 million units annually, and is forecast to continue growing at approximately two percent a year. Considering these factors, the AGC Group said it has decided to establish an automotive glass manufacturing company through a joint venture with Induver in Kenitra Province in the northern coastal area of Morocco.

The new joint venture is expected to start commercial production in 2019 and provide customers in Europe and North Africa with products and services such as laminated glass and tempered glass, with a production capacity of approximately 1.10 million vehicles per year, according to the companies.

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