Software, IT companies meet MAN

A delegation of Israeli software programming and information technology companies organized by the Industry, Trade and Labor Ministry's Industrial Cooperation Authority is in Munich, Germany to discuss opportunities for industrial cooperation with heavy vehicle maker MAN Nutzfahrzeug

By DANIEL KENNEMER
October 24, 2006 09:04

 
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A delegation of Israeli software programming and information technology companies organized by the Industry, Trade and Labor Ministry's Industrial Cooperation Authority is in Munich, Germany to discuss opportunities for industrial cooperation with heavy vehicle maker MAN Nutzfahrzeuge. MAN said it saw the meeting as an opportunity to get to know the companies - which specialize in such things as production floor programs, managerial and organizational programing, alarm systems, specific outsourcing - and form contacts with potential suppliers. Following participation in Israeli tender projects, MAN committed to carrying out a certain amount of purchasing from Israeli suppliers.

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