Sarine Service Center in IDE relocated to prime central location

The new location is immediately adjacent to the Rough Diamond Trading Hall
Sarine Service Center in IDE relocated to prime central location

Sarine Technologies Ltd has relocated the Sarine Service Center in the Israel Diamond Exchange to a prime central location of the exchange. The official opening at this new location which is immediately adjacent to the bustling Rough Diamond Trading Hall, is slated this week.

Previously owned and occupied by a major Israeli bank, the property was purchased by the Israel Diamond Exchange with the aim of leasing it to a similar major service provider that serves the local community of diamantaires.

Uzi Levami, Chief Executive Officer of Sarine, explained, "This is an exciting and important step for Sarine. Our Service Center in Tel Aviv's Diamond Exchange, will now be located in larger premises in a more central location within the complex, providing greater accessibility to customers, as we expand our offerings of processing and trade-enhancing services and support via our broadening range of diamond imaging technologies."

The relocation of the Sarine Service Center aims to streamline the integration of the company's rough diamond scanning services with the operations of its clientele. It will also help proliferate Sarine's trade and retail solutions, including diamond imaging, Light Performance grading, and the Sarine Profile™ diamond sales system, into the ongoing polished trade activities of the Israeli diamond industry.

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