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Texas Agritech Delegation to Israel: April 2-9, 2016 

Learn how Texas can benefit from the world-class innovation and technology that transformed Israel’s water-starved desert into a fertile oasis.

Join Texas Dept. of Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller and the Texas-Israel Chamber of Commerce in the Texas Agritech Delegation to Israel April 2-9, 2016.

Israel’s agricultural sector is a direct result of the country’s need to over- come a scarcity of water. Due to close collaboration between scientists, ex- tension services, farmers and industry, today it is known for high yield and efficient production and very high standards of development.

Israel leads the world in agricultural engineering:

• Water and irrigation technologies
• Labor and energy saving systems
• Dairy herd management
• Sophisticated sensors
• Packaging systems
• Management software
• Greenhouse technology
• Post-harvest technology
• Fertilizers and fertigation
• Crop protection• Seed research and technology

Texas’ agriculture industry has an economic impact in the state of over $100 billion a year and is the state’s second largest industry behind oil and gas. Texas leads the US in the production of beef, veal, sheep, goats, cot- ton, hides and skins, and exports about $7 billion a year in food and fiber products to other countries.

Who should attend?

  • • Businesses operating in the livestock, agriculture, biotech and manufac- turing sectors seeking new technologies and business opportunities
  • • Investors and analysts looking for new technologies and investment opportunities
  • • Universities involved in Agritech research and development
  • • Local enterprise partnerships and economic development teams
  • The Texas Agritech Delegation will enjoy a VIP experience in Israel. Our extensive network allows us to arrange productive business development meetings for you with government or private entities. We are also happy to arrange cultural tours for you to complete your trip to Israel. 

 

Texas-Israel Chamber of Commerce Delegation to Israel • April. 2-9, 2016

Delegation Trip Details

Dates: April. 2-9, 2016

Itinerary:

Saturday, April 2 Travel to Israel
Sunday, April 3 Open for cultural touring/sightseeing
Monday, April 4 Site visit to Netafim
Lunch at the Kibbutz
Meeting in Jerusalem at the Knesset with Uri Ariel
Israel’s Minister of Agriculture & Rural Development
Tuesday, April 5 Site visit to Takadu (leak detection company)
Site visit to Aquarius Spectrum (leak detection)
Wednesday, April 6 Site visit to AfiMilk (dairy herd management company)
Lunch and wine tasting at Tulip Winery
Site visit to Hof HaSharon Dairy Farm
Thursday, April 7 Site visit to AKOL (E-agriculture company)
Visit to Ben Gurion University, The French Associates Institute for Agriculture and Biotechnology of Drylands
Friday, April 8 Open for cultural touring/sightseeing
Saturday, April 9 Travel to Texas


Hotel:

David Intercontinental Tel Aviv
$355/average nightly rate (King or Two Doubles)
For reservations call +972-3-7951234 or email tlvha.rsrv@ihg.com

Air Travel:

You are eligible to receive discounted airfare on United Airlines. To book travel online at united.com enter your Z Code and Agreement Code in the Offer Code box when searching for flights.

Z code: ZWHX Agreement code: 801570

Or call the United Reservations Meetings Desk at 800-426-1122. 

Administration/Transportation Fee:
Includes group transportation and coordination of logistics while in Israel. 
Members: $750
Non-Members: $1,500
(for membership information, please visit www.texasisrael.org)

Delegation Registration:

Please complete the registration form and return along with administration/transportation fee to Camille Barnes, cbarnes@texasisrael.org

Questions?  Contact Camille at 214-272-4814 or cbarnes@texasisrael.org
 
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