LS Cable & System (Christopher Koo) announced that the company completed development and overseas certification of cable products for the mining industry that meet the specifications of the global market like China and the US. These products are intended to invade the resource development market that is growing fast as interest in the mining industry, e.g. coal, is rising due to the recent nuclear power plant accident and high oil prices, and demands for coal in emerging economies like China and India are increasing.
Adjustment of irradiation portfolio – focus on electron beam crosslinking
Nuremberg (Germany) / Däniken (Switzerland) – Leoni, the leading provider of cables and cable systems to the automotive sector and other industries, sells its Swiss subsidiary Leoni Studer Hard AG to Synergy Health, a leading global provider of outsourced sterilisation services to the medical device market and healthcare sector. The purchase price amounts to EUR 47.6 million.
Houston Wire & Cable Company has announced operating results for the fourth quarter and year ended December 31, 2011.
“Environmental Awareness & Scarce Resources” as the stand motto at 2012 Hanover Trade Fair
Nuremberg – Leoni, the leading provider of cables and cable systems to the automotive sector and other industries, has enhanced its offering with a range of products and related services for Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) plants, also called solar thermal energy plants. A further step has thereby been taken towards a strategic objective: the Company wants to become the most innovative and leading producer of cables for environmental technologies. For the first time, the CSP portfolio will be showcased at the 2012 Hanover Trade Fair.
Encore Wire Corporation (NASDAQ Global Select: WIRE) announced today that the Company’s Chief Financial Officer, Mr. Frank J. Bilban, will be presenting at Sidoti & Company’s Sixteenth Annual New York Institutional Investor Forum on Monday, March 19th, at 9:20 a.m. Eastern Time.
ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has won orders worth around $100 million from Rio Tinto for 17 distribution substations to support increased production at iron ore mines in Western Australia.