An Israeli company that manufactures products for bathrooms and kitchens. It operates a factory in an illegal Israeli settlement in the occupied West Bank.
Hamat Group is an Israeli company that designs, manufactures, markets, and exports plumbing and other products for bathrooms and kitchens. It operates a factory in the Barkan Israeli illegal settlement industrial zone in the occupied West Bank. The factory makes plastic plumbing and sanitation products under the brand name Lipski, which are exported to Europe labeled "Made in Israel," according to Who Profits.
Because of this activity, Hamat was included on the 2020 United Nations database of companies doing business in illegal Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory.
In the U.S., Hamat owns the company Houzer, which makes kitchen sinks and faucets.
- In November 2020, San Francsico State University's student government passed a resolution calling for the university to pull out of investments in companies that do business in Israeli settlements, referencing the 112 companies linked to the illegal settlements in Palestine as listed by the United Nations.
- In October 2020, Fresno State University’s student government voted in favor of a divestment resolution calling for the university to divest from the 112 companies linked to the illegal settlements in Palestine, as listed by the United Nations.