Welcome To Solrom Electronics LTD.

About Solrom Electronics LTD.

Established in 1976 Solrom, is one of the oldest industrial plants in Israel currently active and the first factory in Israel to specialize in subcontracting.

The company is owned by three partners: Mr. David Maimon, Mr. Itay Moldawsky , Mr. Amit Schindler .
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Solrom provides its customers with complete manufacturing and assembly solutions from engineering and development up to delivery to the customer's site.

Solrom is also in constant search for the acquisition of additional companies engaged in its fields of activity in Israel and worldwide.
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Solrom Real Estate:

Solrom owns an industrial building with an area of ??1600 square meters in the Tzahar industrial zone in Rosh Pina. Solrom owns a plot of ??14,000 square meters plot in the Tzahar Industrial Zone on which it plans to build a 6000 sq.m. Solrom's new home.

Solrom Renewal Energy:

Solrom is a partner with Company, in a power plant that manufactures electricity in Hadera.

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Our Services:

Electronics Assemblies

Solrom Electronics has all the equipment, knowledge and technologies required for the assembly of electronic boards according to customer requirements in the civil and military fields.

Wiring And Harness

Solrom Electronics is engaged in the design, and manufacturing cables and electromechanical systems for the aerospace, aviation and defense industries, leading in the execution of Turnkey projects, engineering and BTS projects.

Community Involvement

Solrom Electronics, together with Kochav Hatzafon, initiated and established the Solrom Center for Training and Employment of people with special needs, at present, more than 80 people work in a variety of projects. For this activity, Solrom was awarded the Industry Award for 2016 by the Manufacturers, Association.
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Contact Details

Rosh Pina Main Office
  • +(972)-4-6930231
  • (972)-4-6860708
  • solrom@solrom.com
  • Tzahar Industrial Park, Rosh Pina, Israel.
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