Nesher Israel Cement Enterprises Ltd., Israel’s sole producer of cement has led the country’s building sector for over 90 years.
Since its establishment, the company has become a major force in Israeli industry through the high quality of its products and its commitment to customers and the environment. Nesher supplies most of the cement needs of Israel and the Palestinian Authority and also exports cement and clinker.
The company has two plants located in Haifa and Ramla. The company’s flagship plant in Ramle near Tel Aviv is one of the world’s largest and leading factories in terms of production capacity, advanced production technology and preserving the environment.
Golf is one of Israel’s leading clothing and home fashion retailers. It is a publicly traded company on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. With a portfolio of brands, Golf offers various products to a wide customer base. It operates over 300 stores across Israel.
Taavura is Israel’s largest logistics and road logistics holding company. It imports and markets trucks such as Isuzu, DAF and Kenworth. Taavura owns a 65% stake in Maman (a cargo operations company publicly traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange) and a 50% stake in Egged Taavura (a public transport and pick-up services company), in partnership with Egged.
TASE-listed company that holds a 30.45% in Jafora, one of Israel’s largest producers and marketers of soft drinks. Jafora markets leading brands such as Schweppes, Spring Tea and Tapuzina and has an agreement for the marketing of the leading water brand Mey Eden. Jafora holds 50% of mineral water company Ein Gedi and markets over 150 types of products.
Clal Biotechnology Industries (TASE: CBI) is the largest life sciences holding company in Israel. It is a specialized investment company that identifies and supports promising innovative ventures with proprietary solutions to unmet medical needs. CBI holds and manages an international portfolio of some twenty biotechnology companies
Infinity funds are various private equity funds invested in different industries, mostly tech-oriented. Infinity has a significant presence in China via the Infinity-China fund. It has completed investments and exits in many different companies. Its most important investment is in WLCSP, a leading global supplier of wafer-level chip size packaging and test services publicly traded on the Shanghai Stock Exchange.
Clal Energy develops business ventures that invest in projects that harness and exploit emerging opportunities in areas of private power generation. Its largest holding is in Clal Sun, a PV field developer.
Mashav power plant – Mashav completed initial construction of power plant (50MW) in 2009. First phase already provides most of electricity required by Ramla plant. Following initial investment Mashav decided to expand power plant to 120MW. Expanded power plant supplies all of Nesher’s electricity needs and Mashav has signed contracts to supply electricity to a 3rd party clients.