Aligned with its Growth plan and Integration Strategy, Groupe Managem takes a giant step towards Energy Transition. Earlier this week, Reminex SA, Managem's subsidiary specializing in project engineering and construction, has signed a partnership agreement with CEC (China Electronics Corporation), a Chinese engineering company.
By sharing our technology-leading know-how in engineering and project constructing , this strategic partnership represents an opportunity for us to build an industrial ecosystem and contribute to Moroccan-Chinese strategic alliance.
Thanks to the efforts and dedication of our teams, we have signed the first contract under this partnership, launching the construction of the first cobalt sulfate production plant in Morocco. A cobalt sulfate is amongst derivatives needed to manufacture batteries for electric mobility.
The launch of this major new project marks a significant milestone in the deployment of our critical metals and energy transition strategy in Morocco.
We're entering the big league, and there's no end in sight. Take place to the future!
Managem Group rejects categorically false allegations in the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung regarding its operations at the Bou-Azzer mine.
The Group affirms that since the openning of the mine, no Arsenic-related occupational illnesses have been reported, nor any Arsenic-related illnesses in the Bou-Azzer mine area have been reported.
Finally, Managem Group, as a leading international player, remains committed to reinforcing the positive benefits for the communities in which it operates, and to serving its customers, employees and partners with integrity and dedication in line with its high standards of environmental protection and social responsibility.
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Managem Group, a leading pan-African mining company, and ABA Technology, a co-constructor of major disruptive transformations, have announced a strategic joint venture.
The Managem - ABA Technology joint venture, named "Mana Technology", will be the vehicle for the success of Managem's digital transformation.
Based on its strategic pillars and its digital roadmap, this partnership will accelerate Managem's digital transformation, boost digital acculturation and help it achieve its ambition of a more connected, efficient and resilient mine of the future with a low carbon footprint.
This dynamic reflects the Group's ambition to position itself as a digital leader in the mining industry.
The Managem Group's "Managem Graduate Program" (MGP) meeting was held from November 9 to 11 at Managem Academy.
This is an event bringing together the graduates of the Managem Graduate Program's classes of 2020, 2021 and 2022 around a training program focused on the development of their soft skills as well as activities enhancing collective intelligence and team dynamics.
This meeting was marked by the creation of the MGP club, where the strength of the collective meets the transformation of the Group, a club whose primary purpose is to actively participate in the life of the company members while offering opportunities for individual development and self-transformation.
See you next year, with the class of 2023!
To apply for the Managem Group's Graduate Program, send your application to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org join a multicultural, open-minded organization focused on the development of its human capital.
The MGP is a program dedicated to the professional integration of young graduates.
MANAGEM Group in its African dimension, marks once again its support to initiatives aiming to build the climate resilience of the continent and to participate effectively in its sustainable growth, by adhering to the "Africa Business Leaders' Climate Statement", announced on November 9, 2022, during the COP27.
The "Africa Business Leaders' Climate Statement" represents a new step took by the African private economic actors, at the heart of the continent's social and economic transformation, in their commitment to fight climate change.
The statement, taking origin from the 2021-2023 strategy of the United Nations Global Compact for Africa, is an outcome of the African Business Leaders Coalition (ABLC), an initiative led by African CEOs.
The announcement made during the 2022 Sharm el-Sheikh Climate Change Conference, COP27, reflects the commitment of more than 50 African business leaders to bring the African perspective to the global climate change emergency.
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