Rabat – The Administration of Customs and Indirect Taxes (ADII) signed an agreement with Renault Group on Monday in Rabat, sealing their partnership and granting the label “Authorized Economic Operators (AEO) of Safety and Security” to Renault’s plant in Tangier. The two parties also signed a memorandum of understanding to fight counterfeiting.
This agreement guarantees Customs of the reliability of the company, which is certified in terms of safety and security at the supply chain level. It will also allow Renault Group to benefit from a personalized range of customs facilities that simplify of customs formalities and reduce customs clearance costs.
The main aim of the counterfeiting agreement is to strengthen the trademarks owned by the French automobile company and to bolster counterfeit border measures. The agreement also aims to increase collaboration between the two partners in order to combat more effectively counterfeiting and its negative repercussions on the national economy and company competitiveness.
By signing this memorandum, the Renault Group in Morocco is committed to strengthen bilateral cooperation and share its expertise in the field of the automotive with the ADII through the implementation of in-depth training courses on Renault and Dacia products, which will be at the disposal of the Moroccan Customs officers in all of the country’s ports.