Food and Staples Retailing
Company Overview of Zim A.R. Direct Marketing Ltd.
Zim A.R. Direct Marketing Ltd. offers food retail business in Israel. The company operates through Retail; and Marketing and Distribution of Agricultural Produce segments. It operates a supermarket chain of 36 stores under the Mahsanei Kimat Hinam brand name. The company is also involved in the purchase, marketing, and distribution of fresh fruits and vegetables. It serves individuals, groceries, catering companies, and institutions. The company was incorporated in 1999 and is based in Ramla, Israel. As of January 2013, Zim A.R. Direct Marketing Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of Yeinot Bittan Ltd.
10th Klausner Street
Founded in 1999
972 8 919 9993
972 8 919 9996
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