An investment company. One of Israel’s largest industrial and trading conglomerates.
Clal Industries’ subsidiary –Nesher Israel Cement Enterprises, manufactures and supplies cement and clinker products for the construction industry and holds a monopoly over the Israeli and Palestinian cement markets. Since the company sells more than 85% of all cement in Israel, it is safe to assume that the Separation Wall, checkpoints, and Israeli settlements and infrastructure in the West Bank were all built using cement purchased from the company.
Products of Nesher were seen in construction sites in the settlements of Alfei Menashe, Kedumim and Ma’ale Adumim in the West Bank and in the Har Homa settlement neighborhood in occupied East Jerusalem. Nesher cement bags were also documented during the construction of the Jerusalem light rail, a transportation project that connects the settlement neighborhoods of East Jerusalem with the city center.
Clal also owns Golf&Co, a retail store which operates a branch in the settlement of Pisgat Ze’ev in the occupied East Jerusalem.
Clal Industries is a subsidiary of Access Industries, a US-based holding company, owned by Len Blavatnik.
Chairman & CEO: Avi Fischer
Subsidiaries include: Nesher, Egged Taavura, Hadera Paper, Fundtech, Nova, Golf&Co. and Clal Energy.
All the information contained in this page is valid until Mon 16/02/2009