According to bank documents, the project involves provision of an additional long-term loan to Varroc Lighting Morocco (VLS Morocco), a tier-1 automotive component company incorporated in Morocco, to finance its operations at the Tangiers Automotive City (TAC).
The Project supports the expansion of VLS Morocco's recently finished greenfield automotive lighting manufacturing facility and comes after the company won additional orders from its OEM customers.
Varroc Lighting Systems Morocco S.A. is ultimately owned by Varroc Engineering Limited, a global tier-1 automotive component group, established in India and involved in the design, manufacturing and supply of exterior lighting systems, electricals-electronics components, and precision metallic components.
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