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Germany’s Vitronic to supply Morocco with 500 red-light enforcement systems

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The city of Casablanca, Morocco. / Ph. DR

German speed and red-light camera systems manufacturer Vitronic announced Wednesday, June 5, that it will deliver 500 traffic control systems to the Kingdom of Morocco. The firm will be partnering with Moroccan engineering consultancy Alomra Group International to implement the project.

In a press released published on its official website, Vitronic said that the 500 red-light enforcement systems will be «deployed in twelve country regions and their metropolises such as Casablanca, Rabat, and Marrakech for fixed speed enforcement, average speed enforcement and the monitoring of traffic light intersections». Laser-based measuring equipment will also be implemented in the Kingdom.

Vitronic will also provide the superior housing platform Compact city housing with software for case data processing. Moreover, the German company will «equip and staff four service locations in the country to cover the demand for onsite services» and will provide the Kingdom with «an initial three-year maintenance» period.

«We are very pleased that our systems will contribute significantly to the country's national traffic safety strategy», Youssef El Hansali, Chief Executive Officer Subsidiary MENA of VITRONIC said.

«This comprehensive project contract plays an important role in our company’s strategic focus on the North African market. With the local team at our subsidiary, VITRONIC LLC, and our partner, Alomra, we are ideally positioned in Morocco to support our customers», he added.

The project headed by Vitronic started in January, 2019, and will be conducted in two years.

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