Draka Cable Day 2011
Energy, Sensors, Condition Monitoring & Real-Time-Communication
Fibre-optical sensors in flexible power cables, connectors for medium-voltage with integrated fibre-optical plug and socket device and the new Draka Lifetime Prediction System DLPS – various speakers will present the latest innovations and invite you to interesting discussions.
A visit of our new test track for reeling cables and cables in chain applications will demonstrate an application of innovative cable solutions.
Furthermore, we will inform you about our latest product innovations and take you on a factory tour.
Due to these facts, we would like to invite you cordially to join us for our Draka Cable Day event in May.
Please ask for more information by using the contact information and reply us until 15. April 2011. We will take care of your hotel accommodation.
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Wuppertal for our Draka Cable Day.
Prysmian Group - Draka Cable Wuppertal GmbH
Draka Holding N.V. ('Draka') is the holding company of a number of operating companies that are active worldwide in the development, production and sale of cable and cable systems. Draka's activities are divided into three groups: Energy & Infrastructure, Industry & Specialty and Communications.
Within these three groups, the activities are organised into divisions. Energy & Infrastructure consists of the Europe and Asia-Pacific divisions; Industry & Specialty consists of the Aerospace, Automotive, Elevator, Engineered Specialities, Offshore and Renewable Energy divisions and the Communications Group comprises the Telecom Solutions, Multimedia and Specials, Americas and Optical Fiber divisions.
Draka has 68 operating companies in 31 countries throughout Europe, North and South America, Asia and Australia. Worldwide, the Draka companies employ some 9,400 people. Draka Holding N.V.'s head office is in Amsterdam.
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