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NATIONAL STRATEGY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF LOGISTICS COMPETITIVENESS

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2021-2023 INDUSTRIAL RECOVERY PLAN (IRP)

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AGRICULTURAL STRATEGY "GENERATION GREEN" 2020-2030

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NATIONAL ENERGY STRATEGY BY 2030

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National strategy for the development of logistics competitiveness

Presentation of the national strategy for the development of logistics competitiveness

The national strategy for the development of logistics competitiveness aims at finding the right answers for the development of the logistics sector, providing adequate solutions to the problems of goods flow management and satisfying the logistics needs of the various sectoral strategies.

The implementation of Morocco's new logistics strategy is based on five key areas:

  1. Development and implementation of an integrated national network of 300 ha Multi-Flow Logistics Zones (MFLZ) by means of regional implementation contracts
  2. Goods flow Optimization and massification
  3. Upgrading and encouraging the emergence of integrated and performing logistics actors
  4. Skills development through a national training plan targeting logistics professions
  5. Introduction of a governance framework for the sector and suitable regulatory measures.

Development of Multi-Flow Logistics Zones (MFLZ)

The development of Multi-Flow Logistics Zones (MFLZ) is accomplished by implementing an Integrated National Scheme, which consists of logistics activity zones gathering one or more types of logistics platforms: Distribution platforms (consumer products, equipment), Agro-marketing platforms (inputs, fruits and vegetables), Container platforms (containerized products), Building materials platforms (Wholesale or Retail), and Cereal’s platforms (wheat, corn, legumes, livestock feed)

Regional breakdown

Seven Multi-Flow Logistics Zones are scheduled on an area of 365 Ha: 100 Ha in Ras Elma, 33 Ha in Bensouda, 33 Ha in Kander Sidi Khiyar, 63 Ha in Agropolis, 17 Ha in Mejjat, 92 Ha in Meknes and 27 Ha in Taza (according to the regional agreement on the master scheme governing logistical zones in Fez-Meknes region).

A first phase of the ZLMF in Ras Elma is currently being prepared on an area of 32 Ha with a total investment of MMAD 300.

Agricultural strategy "Generation Green" 2020-2030

Presentation of the « Generation Green » strategy

The new agricultural « Generation Green » strategy is built on two principles:

  • First principle: Focus on human capital
  • Second principle: agricultural development sustainability

Focus on Human capital

  1. Expanding the agricultural middle class to between 350,000 and 400,000 households by 2030, through agricultural insurance (targeting 2.5 million insured hectares), social protection for farmers (targeting 3.3 million farmers and agricultural workers), increasing the guaranteed minimum agricultural wage (SMAG) and improving incomes (increasing agricultural services support, encouraging youth entrepreneurship).
  2. Creation of a new generation of young agricultural entrepreneurs by providing collective land development to 45,000 young people (between 16 and 40 years old) who opt for agricultural projects on an area larger than 5 ha.
  3. Prioritizing new models of agricultural cooperatives and aggregation to reach a rate of grouping of 25% through the establishment of grouping centers.
  4. Involvement of private operators (one advisor for every 320 farmers, i.e. 5,000 advisors) with the aim of reaching 2 million farmers connected to e-services. In this respect, solidarity farming projects are planned with an additional area of 400,000 ha.

Agricultural Development Sustainability

  1. 2030 goals: an agricultural GDP of 250 billion dirhams, an increase in agricultural yields by one and half percent (1.5), annual exports of 60 billion dirhams, and 100,000 hectares of new organic land.
  2. Upgrading 12 wholesale markets, rehabilitating traditional souks, developing direct distribution and setting up storage platforms for agricultural products...
  3. Registration of 30 to 50 new varieties in the official catalog, increasing the number of effective sanitary controls, identifying 100% of the national livestock and 120 approved slaughterhouses and pursuing efforts to label local products ("Beldi" label, for instance).
  4. Water and energy efficiency in order to preserve natural resources and create new income-generating activities and employment: Increase the added value per irrigation m3 (Dh/m3) and reach 20% of the solar energy irrigated productive agricultural area.

2021-2023 Industrial Recovery Plan (IRP)

Presentation of IRP

The PRI 2021-2023 aims at converting the global crisis into an opportunity for the Kingdom's industry to fit into new changing global value chains, and this, through a withdrawal of imports with an amount of BMAD 51, which was devoted to a set of projects. 

IRP Projects

  • Project N°1: consolidating the Kingdom's industrial position and reaching new markets and industrial areas by means of the public order as a catalyst;
  • Project N°2: improving Morocco's competitiveness with the ultimate goal of positioning itself as an attractive and competitive global base for Europe;
  • Field N°3: positioning the Kingdom as a carbon-free and circular industrial base following the forthcoming introduction of a carbon tax by the EU, 75% of Morocco's exports are shipped to the European Union market.

Bank of Industrial Projects

Overall, since the launch of the bank of projects, the Region is in a position to benefit from its assets to host 109 potential projects in the agribusiness industry, electrical and electronic industries, mobility and transport, textile industry, leather industry, chemical and parachemical industries, building materials, plastics and mechanical and metallurgical industries.

https://banquedeprojets.mcinet.gov.ma

 

2030 National Energy Strategy

Presentation of the 2030 Energy Strategy

The National Energy Strategy has four key objectives and outlines four strategic orientations :

  • Key objectives : security of supply and availability of energy, widespread access to energy at reasonable prices, demand management and environmental protection.
  • Strategic orientations : a diversified and optimized mix based on reliable and competitive technological options, the use of national resources through the increase in renewable energies, energy efficiency as a national priority and ultimately regional integration.

Goals

By 2030, Morocco is looking forward to producing 52% of its energy from renewable sources. Therefore, programs have been implemented to further increase the electricity generation capacity from renewable sources with approximately 10,100 MW by 2030 through the construction of new wind farms and five solar power plants.

Regional implementation

The strategy is carried out through the launch of the " Taza wind farm " with a total capacity of 150 MW.

The first phase, which is currently nearing completion, includes the following components:

  • 21 MW of power for the 1st phase
  • 27 wind turbines and a switchyard
  • 26 direct jobs during the operational phase
  • MMAD 472 of total Investment.