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Byelorussian Steel Works Produced its...

by wireworld on 08/28/2012 - 04:49 pm
Tag: Product Release

Belarus based Byelorussian Steel Works has stated that on August 17 this year its mill 150 produced its five millionth ton of wire rod. This output volume has been produced over a period of almost 12 years, since the two lines of the mill 320/150 became independent in September 2000.


In the first six years of the period in question the mill 150 produced 2 million tonnes of wire rod while in the second six-year period it produced 3 million tonnes. In 2007 a new ‘Morgan' block was installed at the mill and this increased productivity by 25% with the rolling speed increasing from 80 meter per second to 105 meter per second.


At present, the mill 150 can produce up to 568, ...

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Windak Asia- Pacific, of Australia, W...

by wireworld on 08/24/2012 - 05:46 pm
Tag: Wire China

Windak Asia- Pacific, of Australia, will participate at Wire China 2012 and welcomes all visitors to their booth W3A41.  Windak will participate at the Wire China together with Runwell company.



Runwell is a producer of bunching and stranding lines.  Windak  and Runwell combines  long-lasting cooperative relationship- during 6 years!



Windak products are automated Coilers, Spoolers, Rewind systems, Payoff, Take-ups and Accumulators for tension sensitive products, such as CAT 6 and fiber optic cables.



Together with Axjo America, Windak also making wide range of ultramodern plastic spools and drums that lead to cost savi ...

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IWCS 2012 Conference Registration

by wireworld on 08/23/2012 - 03:27 am

The IWCS announced today that advance registration is now available for the 2012 International Cable · Connectivity Symposium.  This year’s event takes place at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence, from November 11 to 14.  The link for registration is available on the IWCS website, www.iwcs.org where attendees will also find registration links for the conference hotels.  According to John Barteld, IWCS CEO/Director, registering in advance of the Conference offers substantial cost savings compared to onsite registration.



Barteld noted that the 2012 Conference will offer considerably more content than in recent years.  Approxi ...

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ACM at Wire China 2012 - stand W5C15

by wireworld on 08/22/2012 - 04:29 pm
Tag: Wire China

ACM AB, Sweden at WIRE China 2012 in Shanghai 25-28 September In co-operation with the ACM representative China Guangzhou Weier Precise Instrument Company



Stand: W5C15 Stand personal from ACM, Stefan Askenfors From Guangzhou Weier Precise Instrument Company, Wang Ming Hai



On Display:


The well know KSM "off-line" measuring unit for cables are now delivered to all continents in over 200 units. Several units are already in operation in China among others by 2 Test Institutes. The system consists of 6 different parts.



1. Accurate measuring, as a replacement of manual methods The basic very accurate and quick KSM measuring unit is pr ...

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Hu An Cable bags S$20.8 mln of Contracts

by wireworld on 08/21/2012 - 11:16 pm
Tag: Press Releases

Hu An Cable Holdings Ltd has secured contracts worth 105.6 million yuan (S$20.8 million) from China Power Investment Corporation, one of China's leading power generation company.



The contracts, bagged by wholly owned subsidiary Wuxi Hu An Wire And Cable Co Ltd, involve the delivery of power cables to 25 wind, solar and hydroelectric power plants across China.



The group expects to deliver over 80 per cent of the contract value in FY2012 and the rest in FY2013.

Submarine Electricity Cable Market Wi...

by wireworld on 08/21/2012 - 10:01 pm
Tag: Press Releases

Demand for submarine cables for electricity transmission is growing  steadily, as national governments and regional organizations ramp up  efforts to build offshore renewable power generation facilities, link       remote landmasses, and interconnect their national grids. Even the most conservative models of existing and planned cables show that the       industry will continue to experience substantial growth. According to a new report from Pike Research, a part of Navigant's Energy Practice, however, this growth will be impossible to realize using only the current, already strained, cha ...

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Transmission Line Would Bring More Wi...

by wireworld on 08/20/2012 - 09:47 pm
Tag: Projects

Indiana electric utilities choking on federal environmental rules that threaten their coal and oil-powered generating stations might be able to tap wind power generated in the plains states starting in 2017.



Houston-based Clean Line Energy Partners plans to build a $2 billion, 700-mile transmission line from Kansas to an existing transmission line in Sullivan County in southwest Indiana that connects to eastern states.



The precise path of the “Grain Belt Express” transmission line hasn’t been set, but it would likely pass into southwestern Indiana from Ilinois.  Property negotiations and/or regulatory approvals are being sou ...

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wire & Tube China 2012 Promotions in ...

by wireworld on 08/20/2012 - 07:47 pm
Tag: Wire China

As Asia’s No.1 wire, cable, tube and pipe industry exhibitions, wire China 2012 is jointly organized by Shanghai Electric Cable Research Institute and Messe Düsseldorf (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., while Tube China 2012 is jointly organized by Metallurgical Council of the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (MC-CCPIT) and Messe Düsseldorf (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. The trade fairs will be held concurrently for the 5th time in Shanghai New International Expo Centre from 25 to 28 September. It is expected to achieve a new zenith this year. The two exhibitions will occupy 7.5 halls, covering a total of 85,000 square meters. Nearly 1,500 exhibitors will present their latest ...

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RUSAL to Launch Innovative Wire Rod P...

by wireworld on 08/20/2012 - 06:03 pm
Tags: Press Releases, Projects

RUSAL, the world’s largest aluminium producer, is pleased to announce that the Company's production of rare-earth and transition metals aluminium alloys to create wire rod for the cable industry, has completed the R&D stage, facilities setup and entered production. 


The technology to enable the production of cable alloys based on aluminium with an increased resistance to temperature and, as a result, with higher power transmission capacity, was developed jointly with scientists from Siberian Federal University, Ufa State Aviation Technical University and the Chemistry Faculty of Moscow State University. The initial trials were carried out at Tomsk cable plant. 


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US Steel Mills to Hike Steel Wires Pr...

by wireworld on 08/20/2012 - 05:13 pm
Tag: Market Stats

The US steel mills including Nucor, Gerdau Long Steel North America and Keystone have announced to raise the prices of steel wires by USD 70 to USD 80 per short ton for September 2012.


However, it's learned that some buyers were expecting for the price cut and taking wait and see attitude towards the market.


Nevertheless, industry sources said that the US steelmakers might continue to raise the prices further in the following two months due to tight supply and decreased import volumes.

Source:  Yieh.com