A meeting between the owners of RENEX Group and the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco was held to discuss the possibility of establishing economic cooperation with Moroccan and North African companies.

The meeting, which took place on June 21 in the conference premises and the RENEX TECHNOLOGY AND TRAINING CENTRE, was attended by His Excellency the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco, Mr Abderrahim Atmoun, the owners of the RENEX Group, Mrs Marzena Szczotkowska-Topić and Mr Predrag Topić, as well as the President of the Warsaw Chamber of Commerce, Mr Marek Traczyk.

The visit was an opportunity to start preliminary talks concerning the establishment of cooperation between RENEX Group and Moroccan entities and, as a consequence, also wider North African entities.

The event was organized within the framework of “Business without Borders” – a project of the Warsaw Chamber of Commerce, which thanks to its strong logistical and legal background, as well as the established contacts, connects entrepreneurs from all over the world.

We are glad that today’s event has become an opportunity to establish talks about cooperation with Moroccan entities. We believe that building international relations is one of the key tasks we should set ourselves in the era of global economy. Recent years have seen a significant expansion of the global distribution network of our REECO brand. Nevertheless, we still see great potential in the North African markets especially in terms of exporting our specialized furniture, clothing and robots. Moreover, based on our experience in providing technological support and training, we also see a broad aspect of potential cooperation in the field of new technologies, robotization and automation of production processes. – commented Mrs. Marzena Szczotkowska-Topić and Mr. Predrag Topić – owners of RENEX Group.

Last year, the export of REECO products was expanded to, among others, the United States, Ecuador, Japan, the Netherlands, Belgium, Ireland, Switzerland and Saudi Arabia.

The talks also covered potential cooperation in the field of training for electronics and automation technicians. RENEX Group includes, among others, the largest IPC AUTHORIZED

TRAINING CENTER in Central and Eastern Europe, as well as YAMAHA AUTHORIZED TRAINING CENTER, which provides a wide spectrum of individualized courses in the field of manufacturing and repairing electronics in IPC and European Space Agency standards, anti-static protection, and programming and operating industrial devices and robots. As the participants emphasized, thanks to over 30 years of experience and a very wide range of operations, RENEX Group has accumulated a wealth of knowledge that, along with the growth of cooperation, can support education and industry in Morocco.

The invited guests also visited other areas of the RENEX TECHNOLOGY AND TRAINING CENTER, including the DEMOROOM, the electronics test assembly lines, and the areas where devices and equipment for the electronics industry are produced under the company’s own REECO brand, including industrial furniture, anti-static protective equipment, industrial robots, and cleanroom products.