Yehuda Welded Meshיהודה רשתות פלדה

Head office: 6 Hayozma St., Ashdod I.Z. 77524, Israel Tel.: +972-8-8515705 www.ysteel.co.il | www.yfence.co.il

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A private Israeli company specializing in recycling ferrous scrap and producing welded mesh and fences.

The company is involved in building fences for Israeli military camps and security facilities.

The company was involved in the construction of school fences in the settlement Beitar Illit in the occupied West Bank. In 2002, the company won a tender for building fences in the Seam Zone, including in the settlements of Karnei Shomron and Oranit.

The company has installed security fences in different areas is Jerusalem: a fence in the tunnel road that connects Jerusalem to the settlement of Gush Etzion, a fence in the settlement neishborhood of Armon Hanatziv and a fence in the settlement neighborhood of Ramat Shlomo.

The company provided a 70 km long fence to the Ministry of Defense for the construction of wall around the beseiged Gaza.

In 2004, the company sold a mobile fence to the municipality of Jerusalem that was used in the construction of the Jerusalem light rail, which connects settlement neighborhoods in occupied East Jerusalem to western part of the city.

In 2011, the company was involved in the construction of a wall along the border with Egypt designed to prevent African asylum seekers from entering Israel.

Yehuda fences are also used in the settlement industrial zones of BarkanAriel and Sha’ar Binyamin, and are installed in the perimeter of Israeli settlements in the West Bank, including Alfei Menashe, Ariel, Karnei Shomron, Kedar, MeholaModi’in IllitSha’arei Tikva and Oranit. In Karnei Shomron, the fence incorporates electronic detection systems by Magal. In addition, the company installed fences around military installations inside settlements in the West Bank, including Ariel, Argaman (in the Jordan Valley), Beitar Illit, Oranit, Beit Horon and Revava. In Ariel, the company also fenced the Israeli police station.

The company exploits its workers by delaying and harming their salaries and benefits, and forcing them into working in harsh conditions for long hours.



Ownership

The company is owned by D.B.I.C. International Finance & Management Ltd.


Subsidiaries

The company fully owns Yehuda Fences Ltd. Other companies in the Yehuda Group include Yehuda Steel Ltd.


Partners

Company clients include the Israeli army, The Israeli Ministry of Defense and the Jerusalem Municipality

All the information contained in this page is valid until Mon 11/02/2019


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