Press releases 2009
Nexans makes a major advance in fire-performance cables with the launch of INFIT™ insulation technology1/19/10
And makes cables easy to handle and install.
Nexans consolidates its position as Stokab’s main supplier of optical fibre equipment for broadband expansion projects12/16/09
Signature of a two-year frame agreement
MOTIONLINE® : Nexans range of cable solutions for demanding automation applications where cables are in motion
Nexans to supply special cables for Baggage Handling System for extension or transforming airport programs worldwide12/16/09
The group will provide power and control cables.
Nexans wins 50 million Euro submarine high voltage power cable contract for Centrica’s Lincs offshore wind farm project11/10/09
This new project illustrates once again Nexans’ position and competence in the energy infrastructure market.
Nexans Euromold tee-shaped connectors are designed for use with compact switchgear to make optimum use of limited installation space.
Nexans wins a 6 million Euros ice-resistant cable contract from Sevmash to equip an oil production platform in the Barents Sea11/3/09
Nexans to supply around 850 km of control, instrumentation and power cables.
2009-10-23 – Nexans IKO Sweden has received a quality certificate according to the International Railway Industry Standard (IRIS .
Nexans today announced 2009 third-quarter sales of 1,267 million euros.
Nexans to supply Cairo Engineering Equipment with approximately 500km of cable to be used in the new third runway being constructed at Cairo International Airport in Egypt.
iSwitch G 1043E joins WINDLINK®, a range of high-performance solutions for wind turbines.
Nexans will supply and install 52km of 170kV high voltage power export cable with an optical fibre insert.
The Nexans Board of Directors chaired by Frédéric Vincent met on July 27 to examine the Group’s consolidated financial statements for the first half of 2009
2009-08-03 – Extremely easy to strip - sheath and aluminum tape is easy to strip at least 100 cm in a haul
Nexans wins 15 million Euros contract to supply power underground cables to reinforce Mumbai’s power transmission infrastructure
Three circuits of 220 kV XLPE* underground cables will provide an extra power transmission capacity across India’s largest
Nexans wins a 33.5 million Euro subsea umbilical contract from Petrobras for Brazil’s Tambau and Urugua deepwater gas and oil fields
Nexans will develop, manufacture and supply umbilicals totalling over 65 km for installation in waters up to 1,500 meters in depth
Nexans places operational excellence and quality of service at the core of its offering to the industrial construction market
Annual Shareholders’ Meeting of May 26, 2009 - Frédéric Vincent takes office as Nexans’ new Chairman and CEO - Outlook for the first half 2009 and full-year 20096/16/09 More...
Nexans launches new FLAMEX® brand name for high-performance cable solutions for the rolling stock industry
The FLAMEX range covers all the product families.
Nexans wins an airfield lighting cable contract for King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Contract includes the supply of 1,500 km of 5 kV easy-to-install and watertight primary cables.
2009-04-28 – New products to meet our customers demand.
The first halogen free marine & offshore full range cable to resist ultra-cold Arctic temperatures down to – 50°
First delivery of next generation repeatered fibre optic submarine systems for Nexans which will supply 1,300km of cable to connect Trinidad & Tobago to Suriname via Guyana
Paris, February 12, 2009 – The Nexans Board of Directors chaired by Gérard Hauser, which met on February 11, 2009, has approved the accounts for 2008.
Paris, February 4, 2009 - Direct electrical heating (DEH) will provide eco-friendly and cost- effective heating for production pipeline
Nexans has been awarded contract by EBTE, the Alupar company responsible for the construction and development of the electric power infrastructure in the Brazil state of Mato Grosso, to supply AAAC (All Aluminium Alloy Conductor) for the construction of five new 230 kV overhead transmission lines with a total length of 775 km.