The British Ambassador in Israel visited Dead Sea Works
ICL is the largest Israeli investor in Britain
The British Ambassador, Mr. Matthew Gold and Britain's commercial attaché in Israel Mr. Richard Salt, visited Dead Sea Works. Dan Chen, CEO of ICL Fertilizers received the important guests at the ICL plant in Sdom.
ICL is the largest Israeli investor in Britain. The British government recently announced a £ 15 million grant to encourage the mining and processing of mineral polyhalite at the potash mine of the company of England.
The guests toured the factory and were informed about the potash production process at the plants. They were briefed on the activity of ICL Fertilizers in UK and the importance of the activity of Dead Sea Works which allows the existence of tourism, hotels and livelihood for thousands of families in the south of Israel .
Mr. Chen, CEO of ICL Fertilizers thanked the ambassador for the British government's support of ICL Fertilizers activity in England and invited him to visit the company's mine in England.
The British Ambassador Matthew Gould and Britain's commercial attaché in Israel, Richard Salt were impressed by the scope of activities of ICL Fertilizers. The Ambassador expressed his gratitude to ICL Fertilizers for its investment in the UK and hopes that other Israeli companies will follow ICL and establish business in the UK. "We can offer to Israeli companies a market with over 70 million people, a gateway to Europe, a great business environment. Our government is committed to help investors from Israel. The British Embassy in Israel will do anything to help Israeli companies to succeed in the UK".
Left to right: CEO of ICL Fertilizers Dan Chen and British Ambassador Matthew Gould near a pile of potash. Photo by Natalie Cohen Kadosh.