Jensen automatons in the hands of Israeli students
Israeli students are learning to make Jensen automats by hand in the city of Tel Aviv.
In the summer, the students have been able to get their hands on a large number of the Jensen automobiles, which are made by a company called Jensen Automatons.
The car maker’s headquarters are located in Herzliya, and the automatonic company has an employee base of approximately 300, according to Jensens website.
Jensen Automatings has been making automobiles since 1955.
Its production line in Herzliah has been in operation for almost three decades, with more than 6,000 vehicles.
Jensen is also known for its large range of vehicles, with several models including the SUV and pickup truck.
In addition to cars, the automaton company produces motorcycles, ATVs and sport utility vehicles.
According to the Israeli media, the company is also working to introduce a range of electric vehicles to Israel.
The new vehicles will be made by Jensensen Automats in cooperation with the Herzliyan City Council.
The company, which has an annual turnover of about $2 million, is owned by a group of Israelis including Rabbi Yitzhak Zell, a former president of the Israeli parliament and a close confidante of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The company employs about 5,000 people in Herzlia, and it is currently looking for more workers to take over production and support of the Herzlian automaton plant.