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Export from Israel
National economy of Israel is dependent heavily on Israel export. Export Portal promotes Israeli companies that export products and services around the world. The export/import portal invites you to discover Israeli Exporters and Israeli goods: browse the catalog list, view company details and connect directly with Israel's leading Exporters, Manufacturers and Suppliers.
In Israel, exports account for around 40 percent of GDP. Israel main exports are cut diamonds, pearls and other precious metals and precious stones; electrical machinery and equipment, mechanical machinery and appliances, sound and TV recorders and reproducers and computer equipment and pharmaceutical products and fertilizers.
Our database includes hundreds of Israeli Companies and Israeli Manufacturers in multiple business categories with favorite Israeli brands like Osem, Ahava, Dr. Fischer, Elite, Halutza, Neca 7, Yair Emanuel, Safed Candles, Natural Formula, and many others. Shop Export Portal's extensive selection of Made in Israel Apparel, Skin-Care Products from Israel, Dead Sea Cosmetic Products, Israeli Jewelry, Personal Electronics, Israeli related Software, Diamonds crafted in Israel, Israeli Food Products and more. Get great deal offers, amazing discounts on products and fast & secure shipping delivery.
Export Portal is your best resource for hundreds of Israeli exporters, being a user friendly platform for promotion of trade relations between Israeli industries and international markets.
Import to Israel
Export Portal is the world's leading export/import platform, focused on promotion of products and services in the domestic and international markets. The product and motor catalogs allow companies and simple buyers to search, buy and sell the items in any country of the world, overcoming language barriers.
Israel top imports are crude petroleum, diamonds, cars, integrated circuits and coal briquettes. Main import partners are United States, China, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, United Kingdom and Netherlands.
If you are interested in importing goods into Israel, Export Portal makes it easy to find trusted sellers and manufacturers and their products in any category, country or region you require. Consult seller's and product reviews written by customers, to make the right purchasing decision. Search for Israeli Companies, American Manufacturers, Chinese Companies, European Suppliers, Latin America's Sellers, Australian Exporters, Africa's Distributors and many others to find the product you were looking for and import it easily and safely in Israel.
Export Portal is your gate to international trade.
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The portal features a wide range of pigs, cows, sheep, goats, horses, rabbits and hares, turkeys, bees and fish for sale. An increasing number of the American, Australian, German, South African, Argentinian or Italian farmers and companies are daily advertising their livestock with Export Portal.
To help you make a more informed purchasing decision, you can refine your livestock search by age of the animals, breed and sex. Check also detailed live animal seller ratings as well as seller reviews written by buyers and customers. We also collaborate with hundreds of trusted international shipping companies that arrange transport of all kinds of animals and birds to any country in the world.
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Customs requirements of Israel
Israel Customs Contacts
DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMS & VAT
Telephone: +972 2-666-4000
Fax: +972 2-666-4011
Address: Bank of Israel St.,Government Complex POB 320, Jerusalem
Israel is a country situated in the Middle East, on the southeastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea and the northern shore of the Red Sea. It is bordered by Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Palestina and Egypt. Israel maintains diplomatic relations with 157 countries, and has open borders with Egypt and Jordan. The country is a member of the Food and Agriculture Organization, the World Trade Organization and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
Israel applies the Customs Valuation principles of the WTO. Import taxes are calculated on the Cost, Insurance and Freight value of products and are based on the Harmonised System. The duty rates vary according to their classification in the Harmonised Customs Tariff and the country of origin (Israel has free trade agreements with the European Union, European Free Trade Association countries, USA, Canada, Mexico, MERCOSUR members, Colombia and Turkey).
Product certification, labelling and packaging
Some of the imported products require licenses issued by the Ministry of Industry and Trade, as well as a certificate from the Standards Institute, proving that the product is in conformity with the Israeli standards.
Food products, drinks, pharmaceuticals and fertilisers can not be imported; washing and cleaning products which contain hard detergents are prohibited.
Products must be marked under the Marking of Goods Order and must contain the following information:
- item description and quantity
- country of origin
- name and address of the importer
There are products requiring Hebrew marking:
- food products
- alcoholic beverages
- cleaning supplies
- ceramic products
Food products must have the true ingredients listed on the label in Hebrew, the name and address of the manufacturer and the importer.
Pharmaceuticals must be labelled in Hebrew and contain the name of product, instructions for its use, the quality. The text in Hebrew must be as large as that in other language present on the label.
Live animals and plants require additional certification issued by the Ministry of Health, Agriculture, Transportation, Industry and Commerce. Certificates of origin are required for fruits, plants, seeds and vegetables.
Documents for import and export:
Commercial invoice indicating:
- country of origin
- place and date of preparing invoice
- names and address of seller and buyer
- quantity and description
- marks and numbers of packages
- full description of the goods
- unit and total gross weight
- legal and net weights
- agreed price and terms of supply
- shipping and payment, including any rebates
- harmonised tariff number to facilitate clearance
Bill of lading, 2 copies indicating:
- consignee's name and address
- gross weight in metric and imperial measurements
- import licence number