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Companies choose manufacturing sites based on their unique means and ends. Invest in Israel helps each one of them find its own path to growth, tailored perfectly to its needs. It doesn’t matter which industry you’re in, or what kind of product you manufacture. If you are looki



The American corporation opened its first Israeli centers in 1997, with the acquisitions of the Israeli companies Orbot and Opal. Applied Materials Israel is the company’s only international site involved in the entire business process: research, development, manufacturing and marketing. As such, the Israeli unit, unified under the same roof, has a great advantage over other Applied teams around the globe. The Israeli operation developed some of the company’s most strategic products.





The giant microprocessor and integrated circuit corporation has established one of its largest manufacturing facilities worldwide in the city of Kiryat Gat, in the south of Israel. The company’s relationship with Israel started back in the early 1970s with the establishment of its first Israeli R&D center. The efficiency of the first and following centers led the company to open a manufacturing plant, valued at approximately $3.5 billion, in 2005. Since its establishment the company has had over $39 billion in total exports from Israel, and has invested more than $6 billion in the expansion of the facility’s capabilitiesand transforming it to work on its newest 10nm technologies. Today, the company is strengthening its investments in Israel, with the acquisitions of related companies and improvement of the company’s current centers in Israel.

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd

TEVA Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd


An Israeli multinational pharmaceutical company headquartered in Petah Tikva, Israel, Teva is the largest generic drug manufacturer and one of largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. Teva maintains manufacturing facilities along with its R&D centers in Israel. Teva operates in 60 countries and its drugs help hundreds of millions of people around the globe. Copaxone, used to treat multiple sclerosis, was developed by Teva based on research conducted at the Weizmann Institute. Copaxone was the first drug produced to treat the widespread disease, and is being used in approximately 50 different countries, with about $4 billion in sales annually.

HP Indigo



Indigo Digital Press was founded in 1977 and was acquired by HP in 2001, becoming its division in charge of the development, manufacturing and marketing of digital printing solutions. HP Indigo is located in 7 different cities across Israel, with multiple offices, R&D centers and manufacturing facilities, such as the ElectroInk plant in Kiryat Gat and the Industrial Printing manufacturing facility in Caesarea. HP Indigo is another example of an Israeli operation that acts as a “one stop shop” – from the invention, through manufacturing, up to marketing and sales.

Israeli defense industry


The Israeli defense industry is a strategic sector that combines technologies from all fields of research, transforming ideas into many different type of products: from the “Merkava”, an Israeli made tank, through many types of unmanned aircraft, aerospace and satellite technologies, to cyber security and electronic warfare. Four of the Israeli companies have ranked among the top 100 defense manufacturers for more than a decade. Some of the leading Israeli companies are IMI Systems, IAI, Rafael and Elbit.