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Chairman of the Board
Haifa’s key mission is to create highly effective plant nutrition solutions for farmers worldwide by leveraging a keen familiarity with their lives and needs. This attitude, together with a profound knowledge of the markets, is what shapes all Haifa’s activities in making a difference.
Haifa’s global operations span across 5 continents in over 100 countries with 16 subsidiaries and 5 logistic terminals.
Pioneering Knowledge Sharing
Haifa provides an all-inclusive plant nutrition package born out of a deep acquaintance of over five decades with farmer’s needs. Haifa believes that sharing this knowledge helps customers and growers to maximize the benefits of all Haifa’s products and services. Haifa provides professional support through field agronomists, trials and demo plots, and an advanced a research center.
Haifa offers knowledge online through an extensive multilingual website and a range of mobile applications. The Group also introduced NutriNet™, a plant nutrition expert system that supports growers and agronomy experts in creating precise fertilization programs. The NutriNet™ service is offered free of charge.
Specialty Plant Nutrients
Haifa develops and produces Specialty Fertilizers for enhancing plant nutrition and delivering added value of efficiency, crop-suitability and purity. The Group also offers a range of sophisticated biostimulants for agricultural use. Haifa’s highly-efficient agriculture solutions enable application convenience, assure environmental friendliness and maximize yields from given inputs of land, water and plant nutrients for diverse farming practices. Haifa produces a wide range of Potassium Nitrate products for Nutrigation™, foliar sprays and side-dressing under the Multi-K™ brand, and diverse Water-Soluble Fertilizers for an entire range of plant nutrients. Haifa also manufactures high-end Controlled Release Fertilizers for agriculture, horticulture, ornamentals and turf under the Multicote™ brand.
Haifa-K Solar™ is a technical-grade potassium nitrate that is used to store thermal energy in Concentrated Solar Power Stations (CSP). Nitrates possess a high heat capacity enabling energy storage for up to 8 hours, which can facilitate electricity production at night. CSPs create clean energy and thus prevent emission of hundreds of thousands of tons of greenhouse gases annually.
Haifa Group has recently joined the UN Global Compact initiative and has adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) principles. The United Nations’ Global Compact is the world’s most influencing initiative to encourage responsible and sustainable corporate governance.
In addition, Haifa is committed to environmentally friendly, top quality production with Greenhouse Gases Control via an innovative system that reduces nitrous oxide emissions and reutilizes them as feedstock. The Group uses natural gas as fuel in production plants and assures particle-free emissions and clean effluents that are clear and neutralized. Haifa Group works with Quality Standard ISO 9001; Environmental Standards ISO 14001, TA-LUFT 2002 (German Air Quality Standard); Safety & Health ISO 18001.
Pioneering the Future
Deeply rooted in pioneering, Haifa is one of the world’s leading experts in Specialty Fertilizers delivering exceptional products for improving plant nutrition, convenience, environment, efficiency and profit. Focused on all customers and their well-being, Haifa continues its pioneering traditions with a dedicated commitment to community and environment. Combining vision and leadership, technology and innovation, Haifa is focused on creating cutting-edge solutions for tomorrow’s challenges of agriculture and industry.
The Haifa Group has more than 600 employees worldwide, employed directly.
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