Israel

Israel

26 Nov 2014
An Israel Corp. shareholder vote on the spinoff of Zim Integrated Shipping Services and several other businesses into a new company, Kenon Holdings Ltd., has been scheduled for a Dec. 31 vote.
28 Oct 2014
For the second time this month, dockworkers in Haifa walked off the job to protest port privatization being pushed by the national government, leaving the largest Israeli port at a standstill.
14 Oct 2014
Israel Corp. will shift its stake in Zim Integrated Shipping Services, along with several other companies, to a holdings company that will be listed on stock exchanges in New York and Tel Aviv, the company announced.
13 Oct 2014
Protesters were unsuccessful in delaying the arrival of the Zim Alabama at the Port of Tampa Bay over the weekend, though demonstrations against the Israeli-owned carrier are beginning to spread to more U.S. ports.
06 Oct 2014
Workers at the state-owned port at Haifa walked off the job on Monday, bringing one of Israel's major shipping gateways to a standstill
30 Sep 2014
A Zim Integrated Shipping Services ship forced to abandon its scheduled call at the Port of Oakland over the weekend is now docked at the Port of Long Beach and unloading.
29 Jul 2014
An activist group announced plans to block cargo moving off Israel-based Zim ships at Oakland on Aug. 2 to protest the conflict in Gaza.
17 Jul 2014
Zim Integrated Shipping Services said it finalized its debt restructuring deal after its parent Israel Corp. invested $200 million of new equity into the ocean carrier.
15 Jul 2014
Zim Integrated Shipping Services today said it has reached agreement with the Israeli government over the state’s “golden share,” paving the way for a $3.4 billion debt restructuring...
08 Jul 2014
Israel Corp., the parent of Zim Integrated Shipping Services, has backed a court ruling that modifies the scope of the state’s “golden share” in the ocean carrier.
Doctor and patient
07 Jul 2014
Endochoice, a six-year-old Atlanta-based importer of medical devices and disposable infectious control supplies and services for gastroenterologists, most of whom were in the U.S., had to reengineer its global supply chain last year when it acquired high-tech medical companies in Israel and Germany and began to manufacture and distribute a sophisticated new system for colonoscopies internationally.