Israel’s AlephBet Planners has organized a meeting for Chinese and German representatives to encourage Israeli businesses to establish factories in their countries.
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Representatives from China and Germany are coming to Israel this week in order to encourage Israeli industrialists to establish new factories in their countries. The delegations will show Israeli businessmen the benefits and advantages of setting up factories and production lines in their nations’ respective industrial zones. Delegates will meet with local industrial leaders and present to them the special conditions that have been implemented to attract Israeli investments.
Specifically, Germany will promote its IMG industrial area in its Upper Saxony region, while China will advance its Teda industrial park in Tianjin near Beijing. The delegations will discuss the issues involved in setting up production sites and expanding operations overseas, including motivation, considerations, benefits and incentives. They will also share the experiences of international companies which have already established operations in these industrial parks.
AlefBet Planners organized the visits. They are specialists in planning industrial construction in Israel as well as in various areas around the world, including North America, Russia, Europe, and China.
According to Daphna Regev, the company’s Director of Business Development who initiated this event, processes of globalization require that industrial concerns engaging in international activity constantly monitor the dispersal of production areas around the world.
Establishing a factory has widespread ramifications in terms of production costs, proximity to target markets, currency exchange rates, incentives and tax breaks, risk sharing and so on. The aim of the meeting is to provide the participating business people with information that will help them in their decision-making.
Guests who will be addressing the meeting and describing their experience of setting up Israeli factories overseas include Udi Ornstein, CEO of the Kibbutz Industry Association, Kobi Bogin, CEO of AlefBet Planners, Avi Zalcman, CEO of Kafrit Industries and Motti Dinstag, CEO of Palram, a German company.
AlefBet has been in business for over sixty years in planning and design companies.
Established in 1993, Kafrit Industries Ltd is a producer of customized Masterbatches and Compounds for the plastic industry.
Palram Industries Ltd. is a global manufacturer of semi-finished extruded thermoplastic sheets, panel systems and finished products. Its Israeli subsidiary is located at Kibbutz Ramat Yohanan. Ido Rodeo is its Israel CEO.