Archive for the ‘Transportation Logistics Industry’ Category

Global Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Market Report 2013 – 2018: Israel and USA to be Maximum Revenue Generators

In today’s context Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) play an important role in varied missions such as military attacks, border surveillance, mapping, surveying, weather determination and regional law enforcements. This technology has grown at a rapid pace and production companies are emerging across the globe.

United From Homes To Pango Parking: Israeli Entrepreneurship Spreads All Over America

Auburn, New York and Latrobe, Pennsylvania are two American cities who will be using the Pango Street Parking system in the United States. The Israeli company offers a pay-by-phone street parking system which is used throughout Israel and is now being offered worldwide.   The system is currently being used in 47 cities worldwide.

Israel Corp. Gains as Unit Cancels Ship Order: Tel Aviv Mover

Israel Corp. (ILCO), controlled by Israeli billionaire Idan Ofer, rose to the highest in more than 18 months after its shipping unit reached an agreement to cancel half of a nine-vessel order. Shares of the holding company, advanced 2.9 percent to 2,830 shekels, the highest since September 2011 at the close in Israel. The shares of […]

Israel Ports Co progresses in Indian port tender

Israel Ports Development & Assets Company Ltd. subsidiary Amaryllis Ltd. and its Indian partner Cargo Motors Ltd. have passed the prequalification stage in the tender to build a new wharf at the Chennai port, in Tamil Nadu State in southeast India. This is the Ports Development Company’s second project in India. 

A Smart Car Dream in Israel—Not So Smart, After All?

Gil Cohen Magen / Reuters Shai Agassi, Better Place founder and chief executive, throws an ignition card over an electric car during the inauguration of a new vehicle demonstration center in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv Feb. 7, 2010.

Israeli inventor aims to change world with cardboard bicycle

A cardboard bicycle made by Israeli inventor Izhar Gafni leans against a wall in Moshav Ahituv, central Israel September 24, 2012. The bicycle, made almost entirely of cardboard, has the potential to change transportation habits from the world’s most congested cities to the poorest reaches of Africa, Gafni, an expert in designing automated mass-production lines […]