Security bar maker to expand

In 2006, the company produced 200,000 meters of security bars and 40,000 meters of fences, gates and railings and reported returns of NIS 70m. It expects an increase of 20 percent in returns and a 10% increase in exports.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
June 4, 2007 07:07

 
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Trellidor, one of the leading manufacturers of folding bar security products, said Sunday it will invest NIS 15 million to construct a new factory at its Carmiel headquarters, which will produce cast-aluminum security gates, fences and railings. In 2006, the company produced 200,000 meters of security bars and 40,000 meters of fences, gates and railings and reported returns of NIS 70m. It expects an increase of 20 percent in returns and a 10% increase in exports.

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