Skip to main content


First Mining Pole of Morocco




As an economic locomotive of Casablanca-Settat, El Jadida Province relies not only on its agricultural potentiality, but also on its industrial incentives owing to new emerging poles. Favoured with world-class facilities, El Jadida has assimilated itself into a dynamic synergy with the other major agglomerations of the Region.



Historical Overview


Economic Assets



Regional industrial hub: 10% of national industrial production and 20% of the Kingdom’s exports

Dominant chemistry and para-chemistry industries, steel industry, metallurgy, electronics, textile, leather, food processing industry

Predominant role of Jorf Lasfar as large African mining port

El Jadida Industrial Zone (117 ha): investments in sectors such as textile and renewable energies (wind turbines and photovoltaic system)

jorf lasfar


jorf lasfar







→ Fertile soil and favorable climate

→ Agricultural production with immense added value: Sugar beet, grapevine, floriculture, terroir products, tropical plants,

→ Important production of milk, meat (red and white)

→ Dense network of professional organizations and agro-industrial units







→ Beaches among most beautiful ones in Morocco (El Haouzia, Azemmour, Sidi Bouzid) 

Cultural assets enriched by festivals (International Horse Fair, held annually), traditional Moussems (festivals)

 Mazagan tourist resort

Important offer of hotel facilities, restaurants and various attractions



Explore our different territories through this map