The Tunisian construction materials producer is making a 180 million euro investment.
The Modena-based company was recently chosen by a leading brick producer based in Chelghoum Laid in the province of Mila as its technology partner.
Exclusive partnership agreement with Facemag for distribution of slabs in Morocco signed during Cersaie.
The Tunisian company Carthago Ceramic is set to build four new factories for the production of tiles, bricks, sanitaryware and adhesives.
The brick manufacturer based in Sidi Ali, has chosen Tecnofiliere as its technological partner.
This innovative complete plant has been started up in the Ganouba Briqueterie factory and is one-of-a-kind in the country.
As part of its total factory renovation project, the Algerian group Epra/Asicom has installed new automated product handling technology.
Two new combustion systems have been supplied as part of the company’s broader renewal and modernisation plan.
Tecnofiliere has supplied the entire forming department for the two new facilities owned by the Algerian group Amouri in Laghouat.
A number of new projects to be carried out in Tobruk, Tripoli, Benghazi, Sirte and Sebha, has been approved to start the reconstruction of the Country.
The Moroccan construction industry is expected to grow between 2016 and 2020, driven mainly by investments in infrastructure, energy and new residential housing projects.
The Tunisian economy is expected to grow by 2.4% in 2017 (+1.6% in 2016) and to see steady improvement over following years to reach an annual growth rate of 4.5% by 2020. In particular, a number of large projects are under way in the construction sector, most notably the Tunis Financial Harbour, on which work began in late November 2016.