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Nexans Cables to Play Key Role at Qat...

by wireworld on 07/30/2014 - 05:14 pm
Tags: Press Releases, Projects

Chiyoda and CTCI have been jointly awarded the contract for the engineering, procurement, supply, construction and commissioning portion of Laffan Refinery 2 project by Qatargas. It will have a condensate processing capacity of 146,000 BPSD.

CCJV, the joint venture between Chiyoda, leading engineering, procurement and construction firm for Oil & Gas, and CTCI Corporation, Taiwan’s largest engineering, procurement and construction firm, has chosen Nexans to provide all its power and instrumentation cable needs for the construction of Laffan Refinery 2 in Doha, Qatar. Under the contract, Nexans will provide over 1000 km of cable designed to suit the demanding requirements of the oil ...

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How to Save Freight and Storage Costs...

by wireworld on 07/29/2014 - 05:18 am
Tags: Press Releases, Product Release

Inosym is now supplying customers worldwide with shipping and process reels that are shipped unassembled, and assembled on the customer sites saving freight and storage costs. For reels having a flange size over 1600mm there are significant cost savings with the added benefit of steel being stronger and more environmentally friendly when compared to plastic.

Inosym, which has become one of the key players in the supply of wire and cable products to industries, welcomes your inquiries. The company, founded in early 2000, exports its drums and reels for wire, cable, rope and strand to Asia, Europe, North America, and South America.





ComEd Will Install World’s Largest Su...

by wireworld on 07/28/2014 - 05:11 pm
Tags: Press Releases, Projects

When it comes to resiliency, utilities are taking many different paths. Some are raising substations to protect them from flooding. Others are replacing wood utility poles with metal ones, and others still are investing in state-of-the-art software and hardware that allows the grid to automatically isolate faults.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security, however, has other ideas about what a resilient grid might look like. As part of its aptly named Resilient Electric Grid, or REG, project, DHS is giving $60 million to AMSC and Commonwealth Edison to install a high-temperature superconductor cable to increase the resilience of ComEd’s system in Chicago.

The project will be both ...

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Kobe Steel's Wire Rod Processing Vent...

by wireworld on 07/28/2014 - 10:15 pm
Tag: Projects

Kobe Steel, Ltd. and the other equity shareholders in Kobe Special Steel Wire Products (Pinghu) Co., Ltd. have agreed to expand the production capacity of their Chinese joint venture that processes special steel wire rod.

The other joint venture partners are Shinsho Corporation, Osaka Seiko Co., Ltd., Meihoku Kogyo Co., Ltd., Metal One Corporation and Kyodo Shaft Co., Ltd.

Kobe Special Steel Wire Products (or KSP) was established in 2007 to supply cold heading (CH) steel wire to parts manufacturers for use in making automotive bolts and nuts and bearing products. Full-scale operations began in 2009. Kobe Steel provides 100 percent of the special steel wire rod used by KSP, so that the same ...

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5.9 earthquake Causes Telecom outage ...

by wireworld on 07/26/2014 - 08:36 pm
Tag: Press Releases

Telecommunications services in Southeast Alaska were snarled Friday after a 5.9-magnitude earthquake apparently cut a crucial seabed data cable.

"The earthquake damaged our submarine fiber-optic cable and so we're working on repairing it right now," said Hannah Blankenship, spokesperson for Alaska Communications Systems Group. 

But ACS was unable to provide much additional information about how widespread the outages were or how many customers were affected. ACS provides both wireless and Internet service.

The severed cable was the company's primary link to Juneau, connecting offshore to the company’s main fiber-optic line between Alaska and the Lower 48, she said.

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Prysmian S.p.A. CEO Valerio Battista ...

by wireworld on 07/24/2014 - 09:07 pm
Tag: Press Releases

Europacable is the organization committed to representing the wire and cable industry in relevant EU policy debates.

Chief Executive Officer Valerio Battista President of Europacable, the association which represents almost the entire European wire and cable industry.

The election of Valerio Battista was resolved during the latest General Assembly of the association which took place in Brussels in conjunction with the kick-off of the "Visualizing Energy" week, with Europacable playing an integral and visible role in the initiative.

The production scope of Europacable members covers the full range of insulated wires and cables, including energy, industrial, building, automotive, special a ...

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New Subsea Fiber-optic Cable to Link ...

by wireworld on 07/23/2014 - 07:17 pm
Tag: Projects

TE SubCom has announced the commencement of the new Hibernia Express submarine cable system.  The 4,600 km cable will provide the lowest-latency fiber-optic path between New York and London, connecting Halifax, Nova Scotia and Brean, UK, with terrestrial fiber to extend connectivity to the major metro areas.

Hibernia Express will initially launch with 100 Gbps transmission capacity using TE SubCom’s C100 SLTE platform. It will be a 6-fiber-pair submarine cable, with a portion of the fibers optimized for lowest latency and a portion optimized for 100x100 Gbps design capacity. The total cross-sectional design capacity of the cable will be over 53 Tbps.

“Having a unique, low ...

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Russian Steelmaker Exits U.S. Market ...

by wireworld on 07/23/2014 - 07:02 pm
Tag: Press Releases

OAO Severstal is a major Russian steelmaker, owned by billionaire Alexy Mordashov. As tensions grow between the United States and Russia, Severstal has sold their two U.S.-based steel plants. They have sold the plants to Steel Dynamics Inc. and AK Steel Holding Corp. for $2.33 billion. With this sale, Severstal has exited the U.S. market completely. 

Thus far, neither Severstal nor Mordashov have been the target of U.S. or European Union sanctions. However, Bank Rossiya was targeted by the U.S., and Mordashov has a 6 percent holding of this bank. Considering the unstable relationship between the two countries, this final sale marking the exit of the U.S. market could not have come at a ...

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Hulas Wire Industries Rolls Out TMT Bars

by wireworld on 07/23/2014 - 04:23 pm
Tags: Press Releases, Product Release

Hulas Wire Industries has launched Hulas thermo mechanically treated (TMT) bars in the market. They are available in varied sizes ranging from 8 mm to 32 mm. TMT bars offer better corrosion resistance, superior welding strength, higher earthquake resistance, high bending capability and excellent ductability, said the company.

They are useful for building high-rise structures in the country, it added. Himanshu Golchha, director of the Hulas TMT bars division, said that they launched the product to cater to the country’s growing construction activities.

According to the company, Hulas has a capacity to manufacture 100,000 tonnes of TMT bars and more than 4,000 tonnes of structural stee ...

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Superior Essex Communications Cable P...

by wireworld on 07/23/2014 - 04:19 pm
Tag: Press Releases



Superior Essex announces that it is the first company in the telecommunications cable manufacturing industry to offer Health Product Declarations™ (HPDs), which can be used to obtain a point in the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification process for building projects. The newly published HPDs, when combined with the previously announced Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs), make it possible for Superior Essex cable products to contribute towards two (2) LEED points for a single project.

A Health Product Declaration (HPD) is a report of product contents and the impact of ingredients on human and ecological health. The HPDs were issued in accordance wit ...

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