Ashot Ashkelon Industries Ltd. Company Center

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1 Ezra Yessodi St. Ashkelon
P.O.Box 21

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Ashot Ashkelon Industries Ltd. is a leading supplier of technologically advanced systems and components for the international Aerospace, Defense, Automotive and other industries.
Ashotis a built-to-print and built-to-spec manufacturer with four main areas of expertise:

  • Gears, transmissions, final drives and gearboxes for Aerospace, Automotive and Defense applications.
  • Long and short shafts for jet engines and other Aerospace applications.
  • High lift aircraft systems, including universal-joints, shafts, transmissions and gearboxes.
  • Tungsten based products for Aerospace, Defense, Medical and other uses.

Ashot is a subsidiary of the Israel Military Industries Ltd. (IMI) and publicly traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. The company has 400 employees and more than 40 years of experience in the manufacturing field.
As a vertically integrated company, Ashot has the required facilities and state-of-the-art equipment to develop, produce and assemble a myriad of systems, subsystems and components under one roof. The manufacturing capabilities include the production engineering, all types of machining, gear cutting and finishing, deep-hole drilling and boring, heat treatments, NDT, surface finishing, chemical, mechanical and metallurgical laboratories and QA Department.

Ashot is ISO 9001:2000 and AS9100B certified and NADCAP approved. The company is renowned for its quality manufacturing and complete program solutions. Ashot enjoys strong supplier relationships with the leading Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), as well as with governmental and defense organizations.

Ashot continues to invest in its core technologies, capabilities and human resources with the objective of expanding and strengthening the product portfolio it offers to customers, as well as improving production efficiency and enhancing the added value for its customers.  

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Last update by Dan Katz, Sun 2 Aug 2009