An Aerial work platform carrying Rom's logo | The construction site of the new Tel Aviv-Jerusalem fast train line (A1) | Apr 2013 | Photographed by Who ProfitsA JLG aerial work platform | The Barkan Industrial zone | June 2013 | Photographed by Esti TsalA JLG aerial work platform | The Barkan Industrial zone | June 2013 | Photographed by Esti Tsal
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Supplier of cranes and access equipmentThrough exclusive representation in Israel, the company sells and rents JLG aerial work platforms.

In April 2013, Who Profits research team has documented an aerial work platform (boom lift), carrying Rom's logo at the construction site of the new Tel Aviv-Jerusalem fast train line (A1). The new train route crosses into the occupied Palestinian territory in two areas (For further information, see Who Profits full report on the A1 train). 

The 510 Aerial work platform, located at the entrance to tunnel No. 2 was manufactured by JLG Industries.

JLG access platforms supplied by the company were also used by Avi Cranes in the construction of industrial buildings in Barkan, an Israeli industrial zone next to the West Bank settlement of Ariel.