ECN Cable Group is one of the world´s biggest manufacturers of medium, high and very high voltage bare conductors, power insulated cables up to 66 kV and bimetallic products used in electric transmission lines and communications, being one of the forerunners in the development of the design and manufacture of OPGW (or Fibre Optic) cables.
Cords Cable Industries said on Tuesday it has won an export order worth $12 million for supply of power cables in the Middle East.
Varun Sawhney the Head of Exports & part of the Management Team said
‘Cords Cable is proud to win such a large order. The order was won against all the major international and regional manufacturers and further emphasise Cords Cable commitment to be recognised as a leading global player in the Industry. The mission of Cords Cable is to strive for further growth in new and existing markets providing users high quality, customised cables at competitive price with the best service.
Cabelte is one of the largest manufacturers, in the Iberian Peninsula, of energy and telecommunications cables.
Founded in 1938, the company initiated its industrial activity “covering of textile wires for electricity”. In the decade of 70 a process of high investments started, culminating with the construction of the present manufacturer plant located in the metropolitan area of Porto, in the north of Portugal. Presently, Cabelte is one of the four industrial units in the cables area, owned by CABELTE HOLDING, SGPS, SA, in the Iberian Peninsula.
This Sunday is the start of the 2ND WORLD WIRE AND CABLE CONFERENCE which will be taking place from the 1-3 June 2008, Hotel Rey Juan Carlos, Barcelona, Spain.
Nearly 350 senior level industry participants from 43 different countries will be meeting in Barcelona for CRU’s 2nd World Wire and Cable Conference in just over a week’s time. The event has attracted significant support from major industry players.
Every trade, electrical contracting included, wants to work more quickly and more efficiently. But while great strides have been made in fast-tracking many construction tasks, simplifying the installation of power has proved a harder nut to crack. However, as off-site and modular construction has grown in popularity, with manufacturers and contractors constantly refining the methodology for providing the fabric of these buildings in shortened timescales, the need to address the provision of power became increasingly critical; buildings could go up in double quick time but fitting out power requirements might take just as long as it did several years ago.
Cable management specialist Marshall-Tufflex has been operating in the Gulf for more than 30 years and is such an established and well-respected manufacturer that it is specified on every major project in the region. The company has built its reputation on superb products, unparalleled customer service and a great network of distributors that stock a full range of containment systems.
Cable management specialist Marshall-Tufflex is celebrating after taking first place in the Rexel Senate Supplier of the Year awards. The East Sussex company fought off stiff competition from more than 30 other businesses to scoop the award, launched in 2007 by Rexel Senate to recognise and thank suppliers for their support throughout the year.