A private Israeli company specializing in electric boards and the installation of electric systems.
The company provided electric systems to checkpoints in the Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank and security lighting in the settlement of Ariel in the West Bank. The company also carried out lighting works in the Neot Golan settlement in the occupied Syrian Golan.
The company constructed three transformer stations for Natuf Quarries in the occupied West Bank. The quarry, operated by Shapir Engineering, is located on land belonging to the Palestinian villages of Shuqba, Qibya, Ni'lin and Shabtin.
The company has also carried out projects for Golan Heights Winery and Perot Hagolan (Golan Fruits), exporters of wine and agricultural goods (respectively) produced in the occupied Syrian Golan.
The company has several projects with the Israeli Ministry of Defense, including in the Re'im Camp, which houses the Israeli military's Gaza Division.