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Birla Cable: Developing Products Based on Customer Requirements

Birla Cable Limited is a premier company in the field of telecommunication cables, which offers one of widest portfolio of copper and fibre optic cables under its umbrella. For the Special Feature by Wire & Cable India magazine, Mr. R. Sridharan, Chief Executive Officer, Birla Cable Ltd., takes us through......
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Polycab Eyes Enormous OFC & FRP Demand from Mega Digitization Drive in India

With an experience of over four decades in the electrical industry, Polycab’s recent foray into the telecommunication sector has been a success and the company expects to ride on ambitious initiatives like ‘Digital India’ and ‘National Optical Fiber Network’ generating demands for its OFC and FRP rods. Polycab is a......

Cable Tapes Ltd to Represent EOX Masterbatches Within the UK, Middle East, and India

EOX Masterbatches offers a wide range of high performance color and additive masterbatches April 19, 2016 Cable Tapes Ltd based in Manchester, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of all cable lapping tapes and twines, recently announced that it now represents EOX Masterbatches within the United Kingdom, Middle East and......

Medek & Schörner Marking of Cables and Coating of Optical Fibres

For decades now, Medek & Schoerner has been a world market leader in cable marking machines and optical fibre processing lines. As the only company operating in this market segment, Medek & Schoerner covers virtually the entire spectrum of machines for marking cables and coding optical fibres; in particular for......

Finolex Cables to Enter into Fan business

The Plan is to manufacture 200,000 fans a month August 11, 2015 Finolex Cables plans to enter into the Fan business by setting up a new facility during the year with a capacity to manufacture about 200,000 fans per month. The board of directors at their meeting held on August......

The World is Connected

Through human history, progress has been defined by a fundamental need for connectivity – connectivity between people, between places, in thoughts and of ideas. The Industrial Revolution, the discovery of the structure of DNA and the invention of the ‘Worldwide Web’ remain amongst the milestone events that changed the course......
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