Small exporters biggest performers

David Artzi, chairman of the Export Institute of Israel, announced on Wednesday the top performing small exporters in the country.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
June 14, 2007 06:47

 
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David Artzi, chairman of the Export Institute of Israel, announced on Wednesday the top performing small exporters in the country. The top three on the list were SIS, a company that produces a teaching system for individuals to learn about technology, including electronics, communications and robotics, followed by the cosmetics and soap company Sabon Shel Pa'am and then Beit El-Zichron Ya'acov Industries, a company that manufactures ventilation systems for bomb shelters and cars. Small exporters are defined as those that export between $100,000 to $2 million a year worth of products.

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