Press releases 2005
Véronique Guillot-Pelpel is appointed Senior Corporate Vice President Human Resources and Communications of Nexans
Nexans wins a 171 million USD order to supply extra-high-voltage submarine link between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain
Nexans charters the specialized cable layer and construction vessel "Bourbon Skagerrak" for three years
Nexans to deliver the world’s first subsea umbilical with integrated high voltage cable in the Deepwater Gulf of Mexico
Nexans supplies the world's first high temperature superconductor contactless bearing to go on test for an industrial application
Nexans and iTRACS Corporation® announce strategic global partnership to provide Intelligent Infrastructure Management Solutions
Nexans has signed the Joint Venture agreement with Superior Essex concerning its winding wires business in Europe
Nexans to supply rolling stock cables for the Qinghai-Tibet Railway Project, a new line through China reaching 5, 072 meters above sea level
Nexans wins a 15 million Euro contract for the supply of fibre optic and copper cables to Atlas Telecom Network Romania
Nexans wins a 20 Million Euros turnkey contract for an energy and telecommunication link between Greece and Corfu
Nexans innovative Spider dredging system, levels the seabed at depths of 1,000 m before laying cables
Shanghai, April 6, 2005 - Nexans, the worldwide leader in the cable industry, has held a grand opening ceremony, in presence of Gérard Hauser, CEO of the Group, to mark the official start of production at its 22 million Euros special cable plant in Shanghai, China.
Nexans wins a contract worth around 22 million Euros for submarine trenching services in the Ormen Lange gas field
Nexans to install the world's first 420kV XLPE submarine power cable for the Ormen Lange development
Paris, 10 January 2005 - Nexans, has won a contract worth around Euros 15 million to manufacture and install the world's first 420kV XLPE (cross-linked polyethylene) submarine power cable for the ongoing development of the Ormen Lange gas field on the Norwegian continental shelf.