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Arie Genger is a multi-faceted businessman whose extensive experience represents multiple sectors that include agricultural chemicals and fertilizers, New York real estate and merchant banking. In addition to his business successes, he has earned a reputation for being one who dedicates his time and financial resources towards supporting educational and medical facilities through donations, awards and funds that he establishes for that purpose.
Israeli Birthplace Not Forgotten
After Arie Genger fulfilled his duties in the Israel Defense Forces, he traveled to the US and began working towards his BA at the City University in New York where he was chosen to be a recipient of the prestigious Morton Wollman Medal. After he had begun working in the US, he encouraged joint cooperation with American businessmen and Israeli technology by the establishment of the First American Israeli Technology Fund (FAIT). Through the organization, US businessmen were able to make private investments that went directly to technological companies in Israel. While working with FAIT, he became familiar with agricultural chemicals industry in Israel.
Current Business Activities
As a managing partner of AGDB LLC Holdings, Arie Genger is using his hands-on experience to acquire mid size industrial companies. AGDB has a committed capital to enable it to execute transactions expeditiously and discreetly.
Arie Genger is an investor in a New York real estate company that has been aquiring and managing residential and commercial real estate in NY since 2009.
Hired as an assistant to Rapid American Corporation's chairman, Arie Genger quickly proved his management skills and soon gained a promotion to be the new president of McCrory Corporation, its largest subsidiary. As the youngest president in the holding company's history, he reorganized the company and led it back to profitability.
In 1985 Arie founded Trans-Resources Inc, a parent company to numerous subsidiaries, active in the production and marketing of fertilizers and chemicals necessary to the international agricultural industry. A Canadian company, Plant Products, an American based company, Na-Churs / Alpines and an Israeli company, Haifa Chemicals (HCL) are part of the family of companies owned by TRI. Arie Genger successfully bought a controlling block of HCL in 1986 and he continued with Haifa Chemicals as its chairman and increased the company's production of potassium nitrate products to become the second largest producer in the world.
In a special ceremony honoring a carefully selected group of successful Israeli businessmen, he was chosen to receive a Jubilee Award. The awards, which marked 50 years of independence in Israel, represented nearly 20 different industries in Israel that had proven to benefit the country's growth. The award given to Arie Genger was for his work in the field of chemicals at TRI.
Through his personal friendship with Ariel Sharon, Arie Genger was used as a special advisor and consultant by the Israeli government. When Sharon was overwhelmingly elected as prime minister, he invited Arie Genger to continue working with him as a valued consultant and requested that he lead important meetings with the White House in the US on his behalf.
Education and medical centers in Israel are causes that Arie Genger actively supports. He generates funds for those institutions through such avenues as the Genger Prize, the Tali fund and the Pinhas Riklis Memorial Foundation.