Our article on Renault’s expansion at its Tangier plant in Morocco and the role that logistics provider STVA has played in outbound rail flows and in the logistics area in the Tangier port contained several errors (p34 in the October-December issue of Automotive Logistics). These have now been corrected in the online versions.
We mistakenly indicated that STVA had played a specific role in building the rail line that connects the plant to the port of Tangier and in the logistics area for finished vehicles. The company has designed and supplied the wagons for the transport from the plant to the port and manages loading and unloading operations, but it did not construct the rail line which was built by the Moroccan railways ONCF. At the port, the company runs the Renault terminal and the multi-user terminal, which were built by the port of Tangier Med.

We also referred to the distance between the port and plant as 25km. It is in fact 35km. Sorry.