Int'l. Truck seeks $5m. in orders

The International Truck Company wants to expand purchase commitments by $5 million annually as part of its efforts to intensify industrial cooperation with Israeli companies.

By SHARON WROBEL
October 24, 2007 08:06

 
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The International Truck Company wants to expand purchase commitments by $5 million annually as part of its efforts to intensify industrial cooperation with Israeli companies. The Industrial Cooperation Authority will this week host Mary Hershey, head of global acquisitions at International Truck, who will meet with 12 potential suppliers including Iscar, Raviv, Fishman Engineering and Supergum Industries Ltd.. Under the last reciprocal contract with the ICA, International Truck made purchases for production components worth $50m. International Truck has recently added Tadir-Gan, a leading manufacturer of machined and assembled aluminum products to the automobile industry, to its list of local suppliers.

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