A private Canadian corporation with investments in the fields of real estate, environmental development, nuclear medicine, marine agriculture and tourism.
The subsidiary AnyWay Solutions, which is active in Canada, the US and Israel and has an active Israeli office, was involved in building a cycling path in Mount Hermon, located in the occupied Syrian Golan. In addition, it was involved in stabilizing a strip of land for the Israeli Ministry of Defense on the wall surrounding the besieged Gaza.
The subsidiary Seakura Sea for Life, an Israeli company for the development of seaweed in land-based eco-pools, has distribution points for its products in Gush Etzion settlement and Ariel settlement in the occupied West Bank.
Cim Lustigman, one of the company's subsidiaries, which is a private Israeli construction company, is involved in building 128 housing units in the settlement neighborhood French Hill in East Jerusalem, 122 housing units in Har Homa settlement in East Jerusalem and 32 housing units in Pisgat Ze'ev settlement also in East Jerusalem. In addition, the company is responsible for building the Judea and Samaria District Police Headquarters in Maaleh Adumim settlement in the occupied West Bank. One of the subsidiaries of Cim Lustigman, Yael Hill Ltd, was involved in building 14,00 housing units in the Palestinian village Al-Walajah, located in the West Bank. Another subsidiary of the company, Somwood Constructions, is involved in building 300 housing units in the settlement neighborhood French Hell.