MAROC STONE, the 2nd Morocco International Marble and Natural Stone Products Fair 2017 will be held between 19 January, 2017 and 21 January, 2017.

MAROC STONE intents to become one of the most vital event of North Africa specific and the Arab World in general, on Marble, Natural Stone, Architecture, Stone Products and Stone Design fields.


The Fair is organized in the Centre International des Conférences et d’Expositions de Casablanca (CICEC), Route D’El Jadida, Casablanca, Morocco.
Casablanca the biggest city and the main trade port of Morocco. About 80% of the country’s trade volume is transferred through this port.



Pyramids International is the organizer of the Fair (

Visitors profile – Professionals of the marble and natural stone sector

A wide range of professionals dealing with the whole of the marble and natural stone sector are the visitors of the Fair.

This includes Interior Architects, Decorators, Industrial Designers, Contractors, Civil Engineers, Construction and Project, Real Estate Investment Trusts, Building Material & Hardware Stores,
Building Material and Wholesalers, Manufacturers, Buying Executives, Providers and Decision Makers ( also experts and consultants for Hotels, Universities, Schools, Shopping Centers, etc.)

Exhibitors’ Profile

The exhibitors of 2nd Morocco International Marble and Natural Stone Products Fair 2017 will include : Stone Quarry Owners, Stone Processors, Exporters and Importers of Natural Stone Products,
Manufacturers, Traders and Exporters of Stone related Machineries & Equipment, Tools, Consumables and Industrial Chemicals, Transporters, C and F agents and Other Service Providers, Testing and Standardization Organizations, Technical Experts & Consultancy Organizations, Trading and

Marketing Organizations, Chambers of Commerce, Associations related to Stone Industry, Technical Press and Media.


Morocco has free trade agreements, opened up free trade zones and creates any availability and facilities for being the opening gate of North Africa to the world and vice versa.

Morocco is part of the Agadir Agreement with Egypt, Jordan and Tunisia. All parties committed to removing all tariffs on trade between them and to harmonize their legislation with regard to standards and customs procedures.

Morocco was the first Mediterranean country to have adopted the Pan-Euro-Mediterranean system of cumulation of origin in December 2005. The system makes it simpler to import products manufactured in more than one country throughout the Mediterranean basin and has generated new opportunities for economic operators in Morocco.

Morocco is a member of the U.N.O. but also participates in other regional and political organizations too , such as the Arab League , the OIC (Organization for the Islamic Cooperation ) and the UMA (Arab Maghreb Union ).


Morocco and the EU have evolved special relations through the years.

The framework of those privilege relations and cooperation are described in details in the E.U. – Morocco Action Plan signed in Brussels between the parts on 9 December 2013 (1) and the Single Support Framework (SSF) 2014 – 2017(2).

Morocco member of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership (Euromed) (3), the southern branch of European Neighborhood Policy (4).

Euromed promotes economic integration and democratic reform across 10 neighbors to the EU’s south in North Africa and the Middle East. One important part of this work is to achieve mutually satisfactory trading terms for the Euromed region partners.


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Kallirroi Pavlakou
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