Hatehof Wins Turkish Army Contract

Avi Shmoul, Ha'aretz Correspondent
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Avi Shmoul, Ha'aretz Correspondent

Hatehof Nezer Sereni has signed a deal to supply airplane and helicopter refuelers to the Turkish Army. The contract is worth some NIS 28 million. The company, located in the Ziporit Industry Zone in Upper Nazareth, employs about 150 workers. Leumi is expected to participate in financing the purchase by the Turkish Army. Company officials have complained that Israel's reciprocal procurement agreement with the United States will hurt its sales to the Israeli military. The company's range of products include riot control and armored vehicles, NBC (nuclear, biological, chemical) equipment, transportation tankers, and fire fighting trucks.



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