KOLKATA: A delegation of India’s Titagarh Group is on a visit to Morocco to explore investments opportunities in the North African country’s expanding rail sector.
Led by the Group CEO Umesh Choxdhary, the Titagarh delegation held talks with Moroccan officials including Morocco’s Transport, Logistics and Water Minister Abdelkader Amara.
The Moroccan ministry announced in a statement that Titagarh officials expressed interest in investing in Morocco’s railways.
The Indian delegation also met with officials from Morocco’s state-owned rail transport company (ONCF) and visited the site of the high-speed railway in Tangiers.
Titagarh operates in manufacturing heavy engineering equipment ranging from wagons, electric propulsion equipment including traction motors, to vehicle control systems.
The Group also designs and manufactures wagons such as container flats, grain hoppers, cement wagons, clinker wagons, tank wagons under the French brand Arbel Fauvet Rail or “AFR”, which has existed for more than a century.