The company’s products are used in the construction, industrial, infrastructure, security and agricultural areas in leading companies in Israel.
The company has the necessary know how and skills to manage the whole supply chain for steel manufacture, including steel scrap collection, processing, welding and casting it into ingots. The ingots are processed into metal beams, concrete reinforcement meshes and other elements.
Since its foundation, the company aspires to render to its loyal customers products at the highest quality, optimal precision, excellent service values and short delivery times.
The company puts at its customers’ disposal an experienced and skilled engineering team which assists project engineers in planning iron products including pickets and composite elements.
About the Company
Hod Assaf Industries Ltd. was established in 1947.
In 1992 the company was issued on the Stock Exchange and went public.
The company operates two main production sites, one of which is in Acre. It is composed of recycling, welding and processing plants, all in charge of construction iron, and the production of mesh, pickets and composite elements.
The second plant, in Kiryat Gat, is where rolling takes place – i.e. the processing of steel ingots into construction iron in the form of rods and cylinders. It also houses a processing plant for construction iron and the production of meshes, pickets, and composite elements.
Construction Iron and its Products – Hod operates the two construction iron processing sites, in the north and south of the country (Acre and Kiryat Gat respectively), allowing for a quick and efficient answer to all customer sites countrywide.
Welded Meshes for Reinforcing Concrete are produced in a variety of standard, special, cut, and bent, high quality forms, extending up to 3.3 meters in width and up to 20mm in diameter. Fencing meshes for various uses in construction, industry and security are also produced.
Composite and welded elements are produced in company plants for different uses in construction sites such as pillars, beams, beam heads for bridges, all of which are employed in leading construction and infrastructure projects nationwide.
Beginning in July 2018, Hod produces and markets iron in accordance to the new W400 Israeli standard as well as C500 iron.
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