An Israeli company that provides cargo and air transport/import and export services. Its shipping services discriminate against Palestinians, and it operates a facility in an illegal settlement in the occupied West Bank.
Maman-Cargo Terminals and Handling is an Israeli company that provides cargo, ground handling, and import and export services for airlines, supply chain management, and third-party logistics.
The company operates storage sites in the occupied Palestinian territories. Two of its subsidiaries, Archive 2000 and Archive Jerusalem, operate a facility in Mishor Adumim, the industrial zone of the illegal settlement of Ma'ale Adumim in the occupied West Bank, according to Who Profits.
Maman also operates a cargo terminal at Ben Gurion Airport, responsible for processing approximately 70% of all cargo that passes through the airport. It provides security checks, logistics, and storage for imported shipments to the occupied Palestinian territories. These shipments are often discriminatorily delayed and stored in warehouses for several days to weeks. Palestinian manufacturers and importers are responsible for any costs associated with these delays. For a captive Palestinian market, there is no alternative for the import of certain goods and raw materials.