by Valérie Calloch - Corporate

Renault-Nissan Tangier plant : 1,000,000 vehicles produced

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Tangier, Morocco, July 10, 2017 – Groupe Renault is proud to celebrate the production of the millionth vehicle at the Renault-Nissan plant in Tangier. The design of this efficient and eco-friendly plant, which is unrivalled in the automobile industry, is based on two pillars: designed for zero CO2 emissions and zero industrial effluent discharges.

Dacia is a fast growing brand that has benefited considerably from the performance of the Tangier plant. Since its construction in 2012, the plant has experienced an exceptional ramp-up and achieved the expected quality level in record time thanks to its trained and skilled staff. The Tangier plant is indissociable from Dacia’s success story.”
François Mariotte, Sales and Marketing Director, Dacia

Dacia Lodgy, one millionth vehicle produced in Tangier

The millionth vehicle is a five-seat, Azurite Blue Dacia Lodgy powered by a diesel engine and sold to a customer in Turkey. In all, 474,840 Sanderos, 320,078 Dokkers and 193,181 Lodgys have been manufactured in Tangier since the plant’s inauguration in 2012. In addition to covering the Moroccan market, the models built at the factory are exported to more than 73 destinations.

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Renault-Nissan Tangier plant: efficient and eco-friendly

Today, the plant operates in three eight-hour shifts per day, six days a week, with an annual production capacity of 340,000 vehicles. The Renault-Nissan Tangier plant, a main driver of the Moroccan economy, supports Dacia brand growth by exporting the majority of its production. Half of all Dacia are produced in Morocco at either the Tangier plant or at the SOMACA facility in Casablanca. Designed for “Zero CO2 emissions” and “Zero effluent discharge”, this plant is unrivalled in the automobile industry.

The factory of Tangier and Renault Morocco work for the industrial, economic and social development of Tangier and Morocco.

 

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