Netafim is the global leader in smart drip and micro-irrigation solutions for a sustainable future. Since introducing the world's first drip irrigation solutions in 1965, we have led the way by developing products that help our customers optimize results. WORKING WITH NATURE, NOT AGAINST IT Sustainable productivity benefits not only business, but also the environment. By empowering our customers to use land, water and energy in more efficient and responsible ways, we help protect the world’s natural resources. Focusing our resources to better serve customers Dedicated to developing, implementing and supporting targeted solutions for our global customer base, Netafim focuses on the following business lines. IRRIGATION More growth with less water. As the world leader in smart drip and micro-irrigation solutions for agriculture and landscape, we aim to promote global change regarding the way water is used for irrigation. By delivering technologically advanced products, we help our customers address today's modern irrigation challenges as well as meet their business goals. GREENHOUSES More knowledge. Less risk. Leveraging our experience in all climates and crops, we provide tailor-made greenhouses that boost profitability by maximizing agronomical factors and technological innovation. Netafim's global expertise means our local teams are available to provide advice and support whenever required.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Tel Aviv Yafo, IL
Founded
1965
Size (employees)
1,233 (est)
Netafim was founded in 1965 and is headquartered in Tel Aviv-Yafo, IL

Key People/Management at Netafim

Ran Maidan

Ran Maidan

CEO
Lauri Hanover

Lauri Hanover

Chief Financial Officer
Avi  Schweitzer

Avi Schweitzer

Chief Technology Officer
Gabriel Miodownik

Gabriel Miodownik

Head of EMEA Division
Guy Sagie

Guy Sagie

VP Global Operations
Hila Mukevisius

Hila Mukevisius

VP Global Human Resources

Netafim Office Locations

Netafim has offices in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Laverton North, Odessa, Bangkok and in 46 other locations
Tel Aviv-Yafo, IL (HQ)
10 Derech HaShalom
Viby, DK
7 Vestre Kongevej
București, RO
32 36 Strada Pechea
Zapopan, MX
555 Av. Central Guillermo Gonzalez Camarena
Quito, EC
Joaquín Mancheno
Medellín, CO
76a80 Cl. 5
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Netafim Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

1965

Total Funding

$500 m

Latest funding size

$500 m

Time since last funding

over 2 years

Investors

Netafim's latest funding round in March 2015 was reported to be $500 m. In total, Netafim has raised $500 m

Traffic Overview of Netafim

Netafim Online and Social Media Presence

Netafim News and Updates

Micro-Irrigation Systems Market Global Professional Survey and In-depth Analysis Research Report Foresight to 2022

Micro-irrigation Market Information- by Type (Micro-sprayers/sprinklers, Micro-bubblers, Drippers), Material (Plastic, Metal), End Use (Farms, Greenhouses) and Region - Forecast to 2022 Posted via Industry Today. Follow us on Twitter @IndustryToday

Smart Irrigation Market 2017 Industry Analysis, Growth, Size, Share, Trends, Forecast to 2022

Global Smart Irrigation Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 18.14% to reach $1.51 billion by 2022 Posted via Industry Today. Follow us on Twitter @IndustryToday

Asia Pacific Fertigation and Chemigation Market Analysis

Asia-Pacific Fertigation and Chemigation Market has been estimated at USD 6.61 Billion in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 9.23 Billion by 2021, at a CAGR of 6.92% during the forecast period from 2016 to 2021. Posted via Industry Today. Follow us on Twitter @IndustryToday

Israel irrigation firm Netafim draws interest from 6 bidders, says report: Reuters

Six international companies and funds have made it to the second round of bidding for buyout group Permira's [PERM.UL] 61.3 percent stake in Israeli irrigation firm Netafim, Israel's Calcalist financial newspaper said on Wednesday.

Israel’s Netafim draws interest from private equity, Chinese bidders: Reuters

International buyout groups and Chinese investment funds are expected to submit bids for Israeli irrigation firm Netafim, which could fetch around $1.5 billion, within the next few weeks, Reuters reported.

Netafim Company Life and Culture

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