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The SHL-Alubin company is one of the largest aluminum profile producers in Israel. The company designs, manufactures and markets all types of systems and aluminum profiles. The product range includes opening systems for construction, customized profiles for industry, and aluminum used in aviation. The Alubin company was founded in 1958, and was merged with SHL (founded by the late Arieh Segal in 1973) in 1998, thus creating the Alubin‑SHL company. The concern enjoys economies of scale, while combining the power of two veteran and highly sophisticated industrial plants. The company produces 700 tons of aluminum profiles every month, for local and international markets, in the industrial and construction fields.

Main activities:

The company is active in the industrial and construction sectors (60% of profiles are intended for construction and 40% for industry), and owns subsidiaries that focus on fields requiring special expertise and innovation.


The company develops and manufactures all types of opening systems and aluminum profiles for residential and commercial construction and for various industries and offices. Its products include standard profiles, profiles produced according to customer requirements and specifications, and unique systems developed and produced by the company.

Industry: The Company designs and produces profiles for a variety of industries, including hi‑tech, air conditioning, signage, security, medical industries and automobiles. Our customers in these fields benefit from the expertise of the company staff, who design and produce all possible profiles according to the customer's requirements, and from the company's operational and logistical flexibility, and the high quality and finish of our products.  

Aviron: A fully-owned subsidiary that produces aluminum for the aviation industry. The company has recently received the Standards Association stamp AS-9100, which authorizes it to produce aviation aluminum for all the aeronautical and space industries – both security- and civilian-based – in Israel and around the world.

Segal Bikes: A subsidiary that designs, produces and markets magnesium bicycles for road cycling, triathlon and off-road cycling, and customized bicycles. The company's magnesium alloy is 33% lighter than aluminum, has high strength-to-weight ratio and high durability, and is easy to process at medium temperatures; this combination of properties make it ideal for bicycle production.

For a list of Alubin product display sites: Exhibition halls

Segal Bikes site

Aviron official site


Values and strategy

SHL-Alubin focuses on innovation and the provision of added value to our customers. The company provides its customers with all its aluminum requirements in a one stop shop, while keeping to schedules, modifying its products to the specifications and requirements of the customer, implementing strict quality control to ensure the highest quality products, and providing advice, support and instruction regarding product customization, installation and maintenance. 

The company takes care to encourage innovation and creativity, while maintaining openness to ideas of all types and from all sources, starting from streamlining suggestions from production-line employees, to ideas for revolutionary products, and implementation of technologies invented by academics and experts working in the field. The company takes care to maintain a flat (horizontal) organizational structure, devoid of bureaucracy or bias, giving customers and workers direct access to senior management levels, where they will find a willingness to listen to ideas, suggestions, clarifications and remarks. All of the above are found under one roof – from end to end.

The production chain starts in the development department, where a highly experienced team of technical experts develop and design systems and profiles according to customers' requirements, or designs made by engineers, architects and other innovators.

The designs are transferred to the trusted hands of the die department, which designs and produces dies to be used during the profile production process. The department is able to produce 50 dies a week. The process continues at the SHL-Alubin foundry, where raw materials and additives are fused into standard or advanced alloys with advanced mechanical and physical properties; the alloys are analyzed with a spectrometer and are cast into round molds for creating aluminum billets.

The billets are transferred to the profile production department, which has 4 presses; these machines use innovative technologies in order to extrude high quality profiles, with diameters starting from microns up to 280 mm (blocking circuit diameter).

Then the profiles are transferred to the company's coating department, which consists of two sub-departments: anodizing and painting. The company's sophisticated anodization line was the first to receive approval from the Standards Institution of Israel (SII). The painting process is based on use of electrostatic powder. The company has 4 baths for profile anodization with a length of up to 7 meters, and 2 powder painting lines.

The company has Standard Association stamps for profile production and finish, and a quality system approved according to ISO 9001.

Major projects:

Over the years, Alubin-SHL products have been integrated into many construction and industrial projects in Israel and around the world. The major projects from recent years include:

·         The Heart Institute in Ichilov hospital

·         "Mishkanot Ha'uma" project in Jerusalem

·         Ben-Gurion Airport Project 2000

·         The "Terrace" tower, Netanya

·         "Sky 2" tower, Netanya

·         "Trio" towers, Haifa

·         "Ramot Hanasi" towers, Haifa

·         "Oskar Shindler" towers, Haifa

Community contribution

The company sponsors the "Gilboa Galil" basketball team and the Maccabi Jaffa football school, which assists in the rehabilitation of at-risk youths through sport. The company contributes to the Association for the Wellbeing of Israel's Soldiers (AWIS), and to the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel (SPNI), and it provides scholarships to needy students. In the framework of support for industry, the company supports the "Shoham" vocational school in Haifa, and has voluntarily established designated class rooms, with equipment and professional experience donated by the company.    

Environmental preservation

Care is taken to reduce the ecological impact of the company and its customers, while creating a cleaner and healthier environment. The company has purchased chimneys for toxin adsorption, at a cost of 700,000 euro, as part of its ongoing efforts to preserve the quality of air in the Haifa Bay area. The company recycles all metal overruns through its foundry, and sells the remaining sludge from the production and painting processes to companies that utilize it in a variety of ways. The company also manufactures products that assist in environmental preservation, by reducing energy consumption for regulating building temperatures. In this context, it is worth mentioning in particular systems that include complete thermal insulation (by the use of a polyamide layer between the aluminum profiles), and the Seasons Window that was developed at Ben-Gurion University, which enables a reduction of up to 40% in energy consumption intended for temperature regulation, in winter and summer.

Alubin's environmental preservation charter     

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