The Keter Group is one of the world’s leading manufacturers and marketers of plastic consumer products, and a global trendsetter in the do-it-yourself (DIY), household and garden products markets. With 29 plants in Israel, Europe and the United States, Keter Group manufactures a wide range of product lines that are sold in over 90 countries worldwide.
Extensive Product Portfolio
Keter Group manufactures a wide range off attractive and functional product lines, including garden furniture, outdoor storage solutions and sheds, shelving systems and utility cabinets, tool boxes and storage products for the DIY market, household products, baby and toddler products.
Superior Quality of Service
Keter Group stresses superior customer service. To maintain the personal touch in a growing product range, Keter Group operates strategic business units, which optimize management skills and response to customers’ needs. In Israel, Keter Plastic operates plants which comply with advanced quality standards, product quality and production process while implementing environmental control standards, including ISO 9001-2000 and ISO 14000.
Keter Group’s robust growth is based on two simultaneous paths: organic growth by investment in product development, and an acquisitions’ program of companies that are synergetic to the Group’s strengths. In 2009 sales by the Keter Group reached close to $947 million, 88% of which derived from overseas sales. Keter Group operates sales offices and representatives globally. Keter Plastic, which was founded in 1948, is responsible for the Israeli activities of the Keter Group. Keter Plastic contributed $407 million to the Group’s turnover. In Israel, Keter Plastic operates its own chain of retail stores.
Development and Innovation Center
Keter and the Community
Keter supports the Youth Soccer Program of Hapoel Tel Aviv, one of Israel’s premier soccer clubs. The club’s nationwide Youth Soccer Program helps advance children within the school system by integrating sports activities into their daily routine. Founded in 1998, the program serves more than 20,000 children from the Jewish, Arab and Druze sectors in schools throughout Israel.