Press releases 2015
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.
Norwegian Escape, a luxury cruise liner built by Meyer Werft in Germany, has just been launched with 2,400 km of Nexans’ power, instrumentation and control cables.
Nexans unveils new certified iGigaswitch Series allowing streamlined communications between electrical devices07.10.2015
Nexans has released the world’s first KEMA IEC 61850 certified iGigaswitch Series, compatible across similarly certified components from any manufacturer allowing for smarter and faster interchangeability.
Nexans’ technical conference in the Netherlands looked at fire safety and businesses’ ethical and legal responsibilities in light of incoming CPR
Brazil’s first modern tramway is to benefit from enhanced reliability thanks to a partnership between Nexans and Alstom.
Nexans subsea cables will deliver power for the new offshore super complex serving Abu Dhabi’s Nasr oil field03.09.2015
The new super complex at the heart of the future development of the Nasr oil field, offshore from Abu Dhabi in the UAE, will be powered by Nexans’ subsea cables.
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 rolls its EASYCALC™ cable sizing tool out to professional electricians and electrical engineering consultants in Belgium20.07.2015
Building on its successful launch in France in 2014, Nexans has launched a extended version of EASYCALC™ tailored to meet the specific needs of the Belgian market
For the second year in a row, Nexans’ team in Morocco has received recognition for its outstanding performance from aerospace equipment manufacturer, Fokker Elmo.
Two new cable systems will reinforce the electricity grid in central Eastern Norway
Contract is valued at around Euros 50 million and will cover the design, manufacture and installation of XLPE cables
NSN Link will interconnect Nordic and British energy markets with the world’s longest subsea power link incorporating Nexans’ HVDC cable technology14.07.2015
Power interconnection beneath the North Sea will enable Norway and UK to share up to 1400 MW of green energy from 2021 onwards.
Statnett SF and National Grid has awarded Nexans a contract valued at around Euros 340 million to deliver the subsea cable on the Norwegian side.
Nexans has been awarded a contract by HDGSK Joint Venture to supply a low voltage cable system for the Karbala Refinery Project in Iraq
Direct Electrical Heating (DEH) technology keeps subsea flowlines flowing as oil and gas projects go deeper and longer06.05.2015
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.
Nexans is at OTC 2015 to launch its next generation SUTA-FLEX Subsea Umbilical Termination Assembly.
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.
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.