Automotive City (TAC) is an Industrial Acceleration Zone, set up as a free zone
on the Jouamâa Automotive Integrated Industrial Platform (2IP). It was
developed in 2013 by the Tangier Med Special Agency (TMSA), on an initial area
of 260 ha (TAC 1) to reach now 517 ha (350 ha net) after the launch of the
extension (TAC 2) in 2019. It is part of
the industrial cluster of Tangier Med Zone. Its management is ensured by the
Tangier Med Special Agency (TMSA).
site offers direct access to Tangier Med Port (22 km) and Tangier Free Zone (20
km), thus ensuring truck deliveries to Northern Europe in less than 48 hours.
It is located near the motorway and expressways infrastructures linking it to
the urban centers of Tangier (14 km) and other cities of the Kingdom. TAC is
also located next to Renault Tangier Med (-2 km), the largest automobile
factory in Africa with a current production capacity of 400,000 vehicles per
industrial zone comprises 381 plots of land, including 295 plots for TAC 1 and
86 plots for TAC 2. These plots are offered either for sale as greenfields, or
in rental mode as turnkey buildings. The available area is 63 ha, representing
an overall marketed rate of nearly 82%.
of the plots in the area are operational. This operation rate is mainly focused
on the automotive sector (~50%) and cabling industry (~5%).
automotive ecosystem set in this area is experiencing continuous development,
as evidenced by the growing setting up of rank 1 equipment manufacturers, who
supply Renault Tangier and Stellantis
Kenitra, but also manufacturers based in Europe, such as Hands
Corporation, Lear or Contitech. The year 2020 has also witnessed the
development of a strong element in the automotive value chain at TAC, thanks to
the setting up of key rank 2 manufacturers such as Retuc, Losang deocad and