Nextcom Group was established in 1992 and is, today, a public company listed on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.
Since its inception, Nextcom has developed into one of the largest, most stable and most admired companies in Israel's telecommunications and energy sectors. The company stands at the forefront of technology and offers its customers turnkey solutions covering the entire value chain required to complete high value projects – needs analysis, planning, purchasing and equipment supply, logistics, implementation, operations, service and maintenance.
Nextcom Group, is one of the leading firms in its markets in Israel, is active in four central business areas: telecommunications and multimedia, renewable energy, infrastructure and engineering facilities, and natural gas.
The Group is well known for its leading-edge technology, top quality human capital and a strong financial position.
Under the company's corporate umbrella, you will find a number of subsidiaries specializing in a wide variety of disciplines and offering end-to-end project services beginning with planning and specification, through to supply of all required equipment and project implementation and ending with the operations and support phases. The Group's managerial, operational, technological and engineering skills, coupled with the experience, expertise, people and all of the Group's resources, allow Nextcom, as a primary EPC contractor, to provide its customers with comprehensive solutions that fully meet all client needs.
We operate vis-à-vis a wide and diverse set of clients to which we offer proven, multi-disciplinary skills, techno-engineering expertise and a high quality, efficient service organization, spread across the country and providing service that sets the standard for excellence.
In each of Nextcom's verticals, the company is well known for supplying the most progressive services to a broad base of businesses competing in a multitude of sectors, including: telcom, entrepreneurial energy ventures, cable companies, industry and commerce, kibbutzes, municipal authorities and entities, government bodies, developers and contractors in the construction and engineering sectors, defense industries, high-tech companies, institutions <hospitals, academia, government, municipalities>, public transportation and a long list of public and private companies.