About the Company
The Green Life Group is a start up company devoted to developing and marketing ecological products for home use, environmental sanitation and treatment in various industries such as food, oil and others.
The cleaning and purification products which the company produces and markets are based on green
bio-material which is friendly to the environment and to the individuals who use them.
The development, testing and adaption of these green products are done by a team consisting of Green Life Group engineers. The products are uniquely developed to handle the growing need for cleaning and sanitizing ecological materials in today’s world.
The team of engineers conduct research and development, provide technical support and instruction to answer market needs. The company’s activities include entrance to the market by understanding the needs of the clients, delivering products which are compatible to prices of existing materials, and developing new products which will gradually replace older chemical based products.
The factory is located in Ashdod, Israel in the northern industrial area. The activities of the factory include development, manufacturing and shipping. The offices of the company are located in the factory and all activities are centered there. The company is currently expanding--enlarging and examining options for a move to a larger factory with more floor space.
Activities of the Company
The initial development of green eco-products occurred between 2003 and 2009. In 2010-2011 the company ran a marketing pilot in Israel to determine the suitability of the products to the needs of the market. Today the company’s activities include production, marketing and customer support to clients in Israel and abroad. Our consumers include refineries, shipping companies, refineries, food industries, food markets, and others. The list of customers grows daily.
International Activities of the Company
The company is involved in advanced negotiation in a number of countries regarding selling our products (first stage) and developing local production (second stage).