Prysmian will play a major role at the coming “Middle East Electricity”

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Prysmian will present its new strategy, organization and whole range of energy and telecom cables.

21 Jul 2010

Prysmian will play a major role at the coming “Middle East Electricity”

Prysmian confirms Middle East as a strategic growth market by further strengthening its presence in the Region. On the occasion of Middle East Electricity (MEE) 2010, the largest tradeshow dedicated to the electrical industry in the Middle East, the Company will present its new organization and development strategy, as well as giving an overview of major power and telecom cabling projects in the Region.

At its booth (Stand 3A20, Hall 3), Prysmian will display its broad range of state-of-the-art power cables including HV & Submarine cable systems for applications such as interconnections between power grids, links between natural or artificial islands and the mainland, and connections to, or between, off-shore oil production facilities. Prysmian will as well be presenting a wide range of cables and systems for the Oil, Gas and Petrochemical industry – complex and integrated power, control and instrumentation systems for oil fields and chemical, petrochemical, power or industrial plants. The range includes the innovative AirguardTM Cable System, specially developed to offer significant improvement in the mechanical protection of cables. In addition it provides the same level of protection against aggressive fluids such as hydrocarbons, oils, fuels, acids and bases. The product portfolio on display will be complemented by the FP® range of fire resistant cables, designed and manufactured to meet the most demanding requirements and standards to ensure safety and safe operation under conditions of fire.

Middle East Electricity is one the largest international gatherings of companies and professionals operating in the power generation, lighting, water, new & renewable and nuclear energy industries, now in its 35th year, is rated by visitors and exhibitors as the leading energy event of its kind anywhere in the world.