A publicly traded Israeli provider of logistics and aviation services.
The Group’s subsidiaries provide cargo management and ground-handling services for airlines, supply chain management (SCM), and third-party logistics (TPL).
Maman's predominance in the cargo services field, especially its terminal at Ben Gurion Airport, makes it a major beneficiary from the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territory and from the joint custom envelope - designed in the Oslo Accords. 'Quality and Security reasons' in conjunction with economic and political justifications create a Palestinian captive market for Israeli and multinational companies.
Each shipment to the oPt is delayed for security inspection for a period ranging from several days to several weeks, even in cases in which a license has been obtained and the shipment passed security at a European airport. During the waiting period the goods are usually stored in warehouses inside the terminal or in close proximity to it. The costs of the security checks, logistics and storage, performed by private Israeli companies, among them Maman is central a player, are paid by Palestinian manufacturers and importers. No other alternative for the import of certain goods and raw materials are available to the Palestinian population.
Archive 2000, one of the company's subsidiaries, operates a facility in Mishor Adumim.