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Company Overview of N. Feldman & Son Ltd.
N. Feldman & Son Ltd. imports and markets tractors and agricultural equipment, construction, crushing and screening machines, handling materials, lubricants, and spare parts in Israel. It also provides sorting machines and forklifts, oils, and earthmoving equipment, as well as equipment for development works. In addition, the company offers spare parts, lubricants, and lubricant products for trucks and buses, agricultural tools, equipment, and other earthworks. Further, it owns a garage; and provides treatment, maintenance, repairs broken, and PDI services. The company was founded in 1934 and is based in Haifa, Israel.
St. Joseph Levi 15
Founded in 1934
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