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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