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GDIZ continues to draw the attention of both local and foreign visitors, underscoring its growing significance as an industrial hub. Over the past few days, several delegations have visited GDIZ, reflecting the increasing interest these delegations have in the Zone’s activities and economic potential.

Among the recent notable visits was that of the Association of Former Ambassadors and Plenipotentiary Ministers of Benin.

As part of the 2024 International Women’s Rights Day (IWD 2024), a delegation of female staff from the National Agency of Land and Property (ANDF) visited the Zone on March 8, 2024. The commitment of these women to land management and regulation has significantly facilitated the establishment and development of factories within GDIZ.

National Agency of Land and Property (ANDF)

On March 13 and 14, 2024, the Benin Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI Benin) also sent a delegation of its staff and consular members to explore commercial partnership and investment opportunities within GDIZ.

Furthermore, the staff of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Benin made an official visit to GDIZ on March 15, 2024, highlighting the strategic importance of Glo-Djigbé Industrial Zone (GDIZ) in the context of Benin’s international relations.

Another significant event on March 15, 2024, was the visit of the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for Security.

Lastly, a delegation from the NGO EWA, based in Natitingou in the north of Benin, visited GDIZ facilities on March 20, 2024.

These visits demonstrate the diversity of partners and stakeholders interested in the development of GDIZ. They also reinforce its reputation as a driver of economic growth and innovation in Benin.