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Klil Industries Ltd.

Development, design, manufacture, and marketing of custom-designed windows and sophisticated aluminum systems for building and industry

Profile

Founding Year 1950
Address P.O.B. 659, East Industrial Zone, Carmiel 2161601 - View Map
Phone 04-9900201
Fax 04-9900255
Email [email protected]
Social Networks
Company Website www.klil.co.il
   

Managers

Fredy Aboukrat, CEO, Klil Industries Ltd.

Fredy Aboukrat

CEO

Yoni Robinson, Deputy CEO, CFO, Klil Industries Ltd.

Yoni Robinson

Deputy CEO, CFO

Tzur Dabush, Chairman of the Board, Klil Industries Ltd.

Tzur Dabush

Chairman of the Board

About


Klil's Motto: "Making our Surroundings Smile and Taking Pride in What We Do." Klil Leads the Design of Aluminum Windows and Doors in Israel – Klil was established in 1950 and now has over 320 employees, with a plant in Carmiel. The Company's shares were initially issued to the public in 1981, and are traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. Daboosh Investments Ltd. holds over 64% of Klil's shares, with the rest held by institutional bodies and the public.

Roll Profile Ltd., a Klil subsidiary, develops and manufactures shading solutions.
Klil holds an exclusive license to manufacture and market aluminum products and systems made by ALCOA – the world’s largest aluminum manufacturer.

The Consumers Choice
Klil was once again recognized, and this for the fifth consecutive year by Superbrands, a global organization, and for the first time, in 2019 Klil also was awarded the “Brand On” title by the Globes Brand Index.
Klil develops, designs, manufactures, and markets advanced aluminum systems for buildings and industry, according to the strictest of standards – windows, doors, curtain walls, shutters, railings, interior partitions, and various profiles according to customer demand.
Klil’s development department, which includes product designers, launches state-of-the-art products and services every year, with an emphasis on providing unique solutions in niche products and eco-building.
Klil holds hundreds of registered patents and designs and is the leading Israeli company in the registration of the newest designs per year.

Bauhaus from Klil
The enormous popularity of the Bauhaus international style in Israel led Klil to the development of Bauhaus windows. The new series features minimalist-looking windows, with narrow lines, straight and symmetric corners in a unique subdivision style, which is also suitable for very large developers. The products feature functionality with the option of advanced insulating glazing that also offers the benefits of “green construction,” because of the increased demand for insulated, energetic and acoustic glazing. The unique development process was called “360° Design”. Both window fronts received a design reference and a clean and minimalist look.
The unique design of Klil’s Bauhaus windows led the Israel Museum to select it as an official museum exhibit at its Bauhaus Exhibition to mark 100 years of this iconic style.

Seven Year Warranty
Klil provides customers with an extended seven-year warranty (according to warranty terms). Thus, private customers enjoy professional advice when choosing the windows for their homes; and receive confirmation that the work was done by a Klil-authorized installer, after verification by KLIL at the end of the project.

Klil Control
Shutters, sophisticated motors, and control systems that enable the remote control of shutter operations, matched by climate and safety sensors. These systems complement and enhance the aluminum window openings in terms of design, quality and safety.
Klil is the exclusive representative of NICE, a global company. Klil imports a wide range of NICE innovative products and integrates them in Klil products, under the “KlilControl” brand name.

Klil and the Environment
Klil is a member of Israel’s “Green Building Council” and complies with its most stringent standards for maintaining air and water quality and ecological manufacturing processes. During the manufacturing process, the emphasis is put on:
• Painting with no chromatic substances
• The use of recycled materials
• Operating electricity-saving systems.

Klil is establishing a butterfly park as part of its visitors center, in cooperation with the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel and the Carmiel Municipality.

Klil and the Community
Klil attaches great importance to supporting social institutions in the community in which it operates, the employment of workers from diverse populations and populations with special needs, purchasing “blue and white” (Israel-made) products, integration of social responsibility in the organization, promotion of technological education and worker development.
In 2018, Klil received the “attentive business” award given to organizations that care for stakeholders, including employees, managers, suppliers, customers, the environment and more, and not just the shareholders.

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