A harbor freight depot that’s built on the outskirts of Tel Aviv, built on an Israeli beach and built on land owned by an Arab company is the furthest-flung destination in Israel for international shipping.
It’s the most isolated and the most vulnerable location for the most sophisticated cargo ship operators, but it’s also the closest hub for Israeli companies looking to get goods to their customers.
It also provides the most direct route for Israel’s largest shipping company, Transocean, which supplies major Israeli ports like Beersheba and Ashdod.
“There are lots of options for shipping.
But you have to make sure that you’re not going to be isolated from the rest of the world,” said Shaul Dror, head of international trade at shipping consultancy Sinocean.
“We can’t just move around to different locations and that’s the risk that the Israeli port system is taking.”
Dror and other experts say the Israeli harbor freight system, which provides a vast network of shipping routes to and from Israel’s coastal communities, is one of the most efficient, most secure and most cost-effective ways for shipping goods from Europe and the United States.
The system has already been adopted in other countries.
But it’s one of a handful of countries in the world that are building on a much larger and more established international shipping network.
Israel’s maritime industry is one that relies on a mix of long-term contracts and short-term deals.
While the country’s harbor freight infrastructure is one reason the Israeli economy has grown so rapidly, its infrastructure also helps provide a steady stream of imports for the Israeli government, which depends on foreign aid and foreign exchange to keep its economy afloat.
“You have to have a strong economy that can generate exports to get by and that can provide you with the financing you need to survive,” said Yair Rosenthal, director of the Center for Global Trade and Investment at Israel’s Ben Gurion University.
“And that’s what the harbor freight is doing.”
Transocean’s Ashdoyne Port, a port at the southern tip of the Israeli Mediterranean, is a prime location for ships to arrive.
Ashdoune, built in the 1970s and 1980s and now a container port, is the largest port in Israel, the third largest port on the Mediterranean and the third-largest in the Middle East.
It is also a major port for international oil and gas exploration.
The port was built to handle a mix.
“In the 1970, 1980 and early 1990s, we had the largest and most modern port in the whole of the Mediterranean,” said Rafi Shlomo, a senior port management official at Transoceans Israel.
“Now we’re looking to expand to the east.
Ashdotne is located in the southern part of the country and is part of Israel’s new Transocec, a joint venture with shipping firm Maersk. “
Transoceans Ashdods is in the midst of building a container terminal, a new terminal and a new port at Ashdodi.”
Ashdotne is located in the southern part of the country and is part of Israel’s new Transocec, a joint venture with shipping firm Maersk.
It was designed to handle international cargo ships that would be used by Transoecans in the West Bank and Gaza.
But Transo and Maersks also built a port in Ashdoda, which is home to one of Israels largest Arab communities.
Shloma said Ashdolne Port has always been a hub for international trade.
“But in the last five years, TransOcean has built Ashdode,” he said.
Transos, which also runs the Israel port, has been building Ashdoree in the past few years. “
It was built for international companies.”
Transos, which also runs the Israel port, has been building Ashdoree in the past few years.
The project is being funded by Transos’ international partner, Israeli port developer Maersky.
The Ashdores, which are part of Transo’s new Ashdodes, are designed to serve as a hub to transport containers from Europe to Israel.
In 2020, Transos plans to open Ashdolyne Port to a foreign shipping company.
It will be the largest foreign container port and the second largest international shipping hub in the country.
“The Ashdoteres are very important because they are the largest international port in Europe,” said Dror.
“Because of their size and the fact that they have such a huge number of container terminals, they are very attractive to the international shipping companies.”
Dron, who heads a firm that specializes in port management, said the Ashdoleys’ infrastructure is also one of their biggest assets.
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