Amos Ron, CEO, Israel Ports Development & Assets Company Ltd. announced last week his intention to resign his post this summer
Ron has served the industry for 4 years, as Director General of Israel Ports and Railways Authority and since February 2005 as CEO of Israel Ports Development & Assets Company Ltd.
Since the port reform came into being in February 2005, IPC is responsible for the development of Israel’s three commercial seaports in Haifa, Ashdod and Eilat and for providing them with the necessary infrastructure which will allow them to efficiently and competitively handle Israel’s international maritime trade.
In addition to managing some of the country’s largest infrastructure development projects, the company acts as Israel’s port property landlord, managing the government’s assets allocated for the handling of international maritime commerce.
IPC's board of directors decided last Thursday to appoint a special sub-committee to select a new CEO to the company.