Tunisia’s Land’Or to open $10 mln cheese factory in Morocco

Tunisia’s cheese maker, Land’Or, announced that it will set up a production plant in Morocco’s Kenitra for a total cost of 10.7 million dollars.

An investment agreement was signed in this regards between Land’Or chairman Hatem Denguizli and Moroccan industry minister Hafid Elalamy.

The plant will directly employ 102 people and help Land’Or commercialize production that used to be exported from Tunisia.

The factory extends over 1.3 hectare including a built area of 3.300 square meters. It will have an initial production capacity of 5000 tons.

Land’Or generates 28% of its revenues from the Moroccan market.

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