The new MOTIONLINE® automation drag chain cables from Nexans meet the requirements of both the glass industry and metal and plastics processing for high temperature resistance.
Western Power Distribution has integrated two superconducting fault current limiters (sFCL) from Nexans into Birmingham’s power grid.
Nexans has been selected to be the unique supplier of cabling to Samsung Heavy Industries’, turnkey contractor for TOTAL’s Egina FPSO.
Nexans will design and produce a medium voltage high temperature superconducting (HTS) cable for AMSC (American Superconductor), including terminations and a splice, as part of its Resilient Electric Grid Project in Chicago.
Statoil has awarded Nexans the contract to supply static and dynamic cabling and associated accessories for the world’s first floating wind farm,
Following the agreement signed end of October 2015, Nexans confirms that it has concluded, as of December 1st, the divestment of its Argentinean activities to the group which controls the cable manufacturer Cimet in Argentina.
The Nexans Board of Directors decided today to appoint Mrs. Kathleen Wantz-O’Rourke as censor with a view to proposing her candidature as member of the Board of Directors to the 2016 shareholders’ general meeting.
The Anthem of the Seas, a luxury cruise liners built at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany, set sail with Nexans cables on board.
Nexans will manufacture and supply XLPE submarine and underground cables to connect Danish substations
New Nexans facility in Charleston, South Carolina, USA will manufacture Extra High Voltage (EHV) cable to enable Ontario Power Authority (OPA) to develop its Feed-In Tariff (FIT) Program for renewable energy sources
Nexans has been awarded a contract by Eiffage Energie on behalf of Clemessy to supply specialized photovoltaic cables and power cables for the Cestas solar farm in France
Nexans is launching its whitepaper looking at the future of cabling in aerospace at the 2015 Paris Air Show.
Nexans invites visitors to OTC 2015 to meet its experts on Booth 5553 to discover the latest developments in Direct Electrical Heating (DEH) technology for subsea flowlines.
Temporary site cables are custom-made, quick-connectable cables for temporary use in the high-voltage network, for example, during repair work on overhead lines or in transformer stations when converting networks.
The extension of Shanghai’s state power grid will be supported by a new 500 kV XLPE cable system to be supplied by Nexans.
Elia, the Belgian Transmission System Operator (TSO), will rely on Nexans extra-high voltage cable systems for the major Stevin project to reinforce Belgium’s high voltage power grid.
Regional trains in Australia will rely on Nexans cables after Bombardier Transportation awarded a contract for the Queensland New Generation Rollingstock Project.
Nexans’ customers will now get access to up to date regulatory information on Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) through a new online tool: Nexans Tracker.
The Norwegian and German power grids will be able to share green energy directly for the first time thanks to Nexans submarine HVDC (high voltage direct current) cables to be installed as part of the NordLink project.
Denmark’s Kriegers Flak offshore windfarm is to be securely connected to the national grid with Nexans’ 400 kV aluminium XLPE cables.
Paris, 30/05/2016 - 10h40