A US manufacturer of trucks and construction equipment. Its products have been used in the construction of the separation wall and railway tracks in the occupied West Bank.
Produces and sells trucks and construction equipment.
Terex trucks are used by construction contractors building the separation wall. Their trucks have been used in the construction of the separation wall on the lands of Palestinian villages of Ni'ilin, Ras A-Tira, and in the construction of the A1 train running between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem on the land of the Palestinian villages of Beit Surik and Beit Iksa in the West Bank. See a complete report on the A1 fast train here.
Terex owns Amida Industries floodlights are used in construction sites along the separation wall and in checkpoints. For instance, their equipment was used in the construction of the checkpoint near the Ofer prison and detention center and the Deir Sharaf checkpoint in the West Bank.
- In 2009, the Board of Trustees at Hampshire College, following a two-year student-led campaign, approved divestment from Terex due to “human rights concerns in occupied Palestine.”