The Port of Eilat lies on the northern edge of the Red Sea and makes up the southern gate of Israel. As an alternative transportation course to Suez Canal, the port is also used as a continental gate between Asia and Europe, the Far East and Australia. The Israel government announced Eilat Port as a ‘national strategic asset and an important enterprise to Eilat City’. Today, Eilat Port has become an activity center for the fields of shipping, commerce, leisure and other businesses.
The Port of Eilat offers their customers a wide range of services. These include tying and docking services; storage, loading and unloading cargo; infrastructure and quality service for passenger ships; unique storage facilities, bulk storage, staircases for vehicle [Read more…]