Hanson concrete plant | Atarot settlement industrial zone | Mar 2009 | Photographed by Who ProfitsThe entrance to Hanson Nahal Rava quary in the occupied West Bank | Nov 2008 | Photographed by Who ProfitsNahal Raba Asphalt plant | Road No. 5, West Bank | Nov 2008 | Photographed by DrorA Hanson concrete transport truck in a construction site | Barkan industrial zone | June 2013 | Photographed by Esti TsalA Hanson concrete transport truck in a construction site | Barkan industrial zone | June 2013 | Photographed by Esti TsalHanson and HeidelbergCement sign at the entrance to Nahal Raba quarry | Road No. 5 | May 2015 | Photographed by Who ProfitsNahal Raba quarry | Road No. 5 | May 2015 | Photographed by Who ProfitsHanson concrete plant | Atarot settlement industrial zone | June 2015 | Photographed by Who ProfitsHanson Truck| delivering raw material to a construction site at Ofarim settlement| Occupied West Bank| June 2016| Taken by Dror Etkes. 
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The world's largest cement producer and a major manufacturer of aggregates and ready-mix concrete. 

In 2007 the company bought Hanson (UK) and thus became the owner of three plants and one aggregates quarry in the occupied West Bank through Hanson Israel.

Hanson Israel owns 26 concrete plants, three aggregate quarries and two asphalt plants. Four of these are located in Israeli settlements in the West Bank: concrete plants in Modi'in Illit and in Atarot Industrial zone, an asphalt plant and an aggregates quarry south of Elkana. The quarry exploits occupied Palestinian natural resources for the needs of the Israeli construction industry.

Additionally, through Hanson Israel, the company supplied construction materials to construction projects in the settlements. Hanson Israel concrete truck was documented delivering concrete to the expansion of the Barkan settlement industrial zone.

On June 20th 2016, a Hanson truck was documented delivering construction raw material to a construction zone in Ofarim settlement, an Israeli settlement, located near the Palestinian village al-Lubban al-Gharbi, 3.8 km kilometers east of the Green line in the occupied West Bank.