Kiryat Gat

9 stories about Kiryat Gat
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Intel confirms additional $15 billion investment in Israeli chip plant

26.12.23|Omer Kabir and Reuters
Israel's government agreed to give Intel a $3.2 billion grant for the new plant in Kiryat Gat, with the chipmaker also committed to buying over $16 billion worth of goods and services from Israeli suppliers over the next decade
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Intel says high demand has led to increased production of 10nm chips

23.12.20|Meir Orbach
“We are continuing to invest into factory capacity to ensure we can keep up with the growing needs of our customers,” says manufacturing chief
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Head of Intel’s Kiryat Gat plant appointed assistant GM of global chip manufacturing

06.09.20|Hagar Ravet
Daniel Benatar was given highest-ranking position ever awarded to an Israeli in Intel’s international manufacturing and operations organization
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Intel's $11 Billion Israeli Expansion Plan Is Back on Track

29.10.19|Meir Orbach
In June, Calcalist reported that work on the $11.09 billion plan, initially intended to begin in 2019 in southern Israel, was being postponed to an undisclosed date
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Clothing Printers Company Kornit Digital to Build New Ink Factory

06.03.19|Adi Pick
Israel-based Kornit plans to invest $17.4 million to set up a new manufacturing facility
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Intel to Recruit 150 Unskilled Workers to Southern Israeli Facility

03.12.18|Yoav Stoler
The employees, without academic degrees or tech industry experience, will be recruited as part of an integration plan that includes technical training
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Intel to Receive $380 Million Grant from Israel for Expanding Local Chip Manufacturing

01.05.18|Golan Hazani
In February, Intel announced a two-year, $5 billion expansion plan in the country
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Intel to Expand Chip Manufacturing in Israel with $5 Billion Investment

21.02.18|Amarelle Wenkert and Meir Orbach
Yaniv Garty, CEO of Intel's operations in Israel, announced the two-year expansion plan at a meeting with Israeli Minister of Economy Eli Cohen on Wednesday