A follow up on HP's contract with the Israeli Ministry of Defence for the maintenance of the Basel system in checkpoints
Four years after Assa Abloy expressed its regrets about the company’s involvement in the occupation – Mul-T-Lock (Assa Abloy’s full subsidiary) finally relocated its factory from the Barkan Industrial Zone in the West bank.
Beigel and Beigel relocated its factory from the Barkan settlement to the Israeli city of Safed. Who Profits research team has visited the deserted factory and confirmed the withdrawal.
Israeli and international companies that face criticism owing to their activities in the occupied West Bank often attempt to legitimize their businesses in settlements by claiming that they provide labor to Palestinian workers. These claims are blatant attempts to distract public attention from the Israeli occupation. Who Profits uncovers facts that undermine these claims.
Agrexco renewed its activity in October 2011 under the name Agrexco Carmel agricultural export company. The company, now privately owned by the Bickel group, exports agricultural produce to Europe, North America and South East Asia since January 2012.
Soda Stream and Eden Springs, two Israeli companies that operate production facilities on occupied land, collaborate in a joint sale for the Israeli and British markets.