A private Israeli manufacturer and marketer of carpet yarns.
The company is based in the industrial zone of Barkan, located in the Barkan settlement in the occupied West Bank.
The company is a business division of the J. Brosh Industrial Group, a private Israeli company fully owned by the Brosh family.
J.Brosh Industrial Group is held by J. Brosh Marketing and Services (100%), which is held in turn by J. Brosh and Sons (100%), held by Shraga and Yariv Brosh.
Directors: Shraga Brosh and Yariv Brosh
Shraga Brosh is the president of the Manufacturers Association of Israel.
The Brosh brothers have a 45% interest in Oshrad Natural Gas, a private company that sells gas to industrial customers and, for a commission fee, negotiates the supplying of natural gas from the Tamar field.
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