Security Project: X-Ray Scanners in the Border-crossings ​

Nuctech Company Ltd., a subsidiary of Tongfang Group and Tsinghua University in China, has been developing High Energy X-Ray inspection system for containers and trucks.

Following the terrorist attack in Ashdod in 2004, in which several terrorists hid in a container and caused the death of 10 Israeli workers, at the request of the Israeli Ministry of Defense, Comodan imported the first High-Energy X-RAY Mobile Scanner System from Nuctech to the port of Ashdod.

Nuctech, together with a US company, then won another tender published by the Israeli Ministry of Defense, to supply five X-Ray systems, including the infrastructure works for Karni border crossing. The project was funded by the US Aid for supporting the Palestinians.

Nuctech later won another project for supplying X-Ray Systems to Kerem Shalom, Shaar Efraim, Gilboa and Tarqumia. The tender was issued by the UN and financed by the European Union.

Other projects were awarded to the Port of Ashdod, Nitzana border crossing with Egypt, etc.

In 2021, Nuctech installed a high-energy inspection system for the Israel Customs Authority in the Jordan River Border-Crossing. The system was purchased on a TURN KEY project, including civil works, buildings, IT systems, Security Systems, a Gantry Scanners on rails,  and System Integration. 

A similar turn key tender was awarded in 2022 for the new Port of Haifa.

All projects include 10 years of maintenance for each system, with a team of experts on site to achive continuos operation of the comlex systems.

To Summarize:  For more than 15 years Nuctech and Comodan dominate the supply of High Energy X-Ray Scanning System in all ports and border crossing in Israel. See the map with the locations of Nuctech’s systems in Israel.