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Afikim bus Photo: PR Buying Egged-Ta'avura makes Electra Afikim 3rd largest bus co

Electra Afikim has bought the Egged-Ta'avura bus company for NIS 200 million.

Tesla to target Israeli tech business fleets

Electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla is gearing up to deliver cars to the fleets of Israeli businesses in the third quarter of 2021.

Shiko Zana Ashdod Port CEO Photo: Eyal Izhar 1,500 Tesla cars unloaded at Ashdod Port

Ashdod Port CEO Shiko Zana told the "Globes" Real Estate Conference that 60 ships are waiting for a berth in Ashdod and Haifa Ports.

4M Analytics founders Yoav Cohen, Itzik Malka, Nir Cohen  credit: Eyal Izhar From mine clearance to infrastructure mapping

Knowing how to map the subsurface led 4M Analytics from detecting land mines to the more lucrative business of assisting infrastructure construction.

Traffic jam on Ayalon Highway in Tel Aviv  credit: Tamar Matsafi Israel's traffic jams are back, and worse than ever

Because of Covid-19, the public is forgoing public transport in favor of private cars. Infrastructure projects just can't catch up.

Great Wall Motors crossover  credit: PR The Chinese EVs speeding to Israel

Israel is a small but important market for China's electric car makers, and several brands are on their way here to tussle with Tesla.

Ships wait out at seas for a berth in Haifa Port Photo: Paul Orlev No room in Israel's ports

57 ships await berths in Ashdod and Haifa due to a surge in imports. The Suez blockage has helped by delaying ships sailing to Israel.

Haifa Bay Photo: Tamar Matsafi Haifa Bay - Persian Gulf railway moves ahead

"The Peace Railway," backed by China, could be one of Israel's most important geopolitical projects in the coming years.

Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem  credit: Reuters The Dubai tycoon with ambitions for Haifa Port

DP World chairman and CEO Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem sees Israel becoming a world-class logistics center, and his vision doesn't stop there.

Dr. Jad Jarroush and Tal Meirzon  credit: Eyal Izhar The Israeli tech that fast forwards infrastructure projects

Dr. Jad Jarroush and Tal Meirzon head Datumate, a BIM tech company born in Nazareth, now in Yokne'am, and with worldwide ambitions.

Tesla set to disrupt Israel's car market

The unexpectedly low price of the electric vehicles is a wake-up call for Israel's car importers and a game-changer for the sector.

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