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Watch the movie and see how Nexans Norway makes it possible to practice your favorite sport year-round.
July 2014 C/S Nexans Skagerrak was upgraded at Örskov yard in Denmark. One of the modifications was crucial for the Kollsnes-Mongstad (KoMo) project - a flexible mast.
Nexans deploys the world’s longest and deepest 420 kV XLPE cable system as part of a new power link crossing two of Norway’s fjords.
Estlink 2 is the second high voltage direct current interconnection between Estonia and Finland.
Nexans Norway AS is the leading supplier of power and telecommunications cables in Norway, and is one of the world's leading manufacturers of high-voltage submarine cables.
Nexans Norway has manufactured and installed a 500kV submarine power link to connect Hainan Island at the south end of China to the Chinese mainland in Guangdong province.
One of the world's most advanced and experienced cable-laying vessels, also capable of repairing submarine power cables.
Capjet Subsea trenching operation: Engineering, transit to site, operation, as-trenched survey.
Production of world-class submarine high voltage power cables
Major subsea cable contract for Terna’s new HVDC power interconnection between Italy and Montenegro: watch the video
Dirk Steinbrink, Nexans’ Executive Vice President High Voltage & Underwater Cables Business Group, comments on largest ever subsea cable contract awarded to Nexans.
This simple movie shows the difference when there is a fire in a room (place) with standard cables compared to a place that has our low fire hazard cables.
Nexans has successfully completed a new 75 km subsea power link between Pemba Island and the National Grid on mainland Tanzania.
C/S Nexans Skagerrak ready to put to sea after major conversion and upgrade project
Dedicated cable laying ship has been lengthened by 12.5 metres to increase its cable handling capabilities.
High voltage subsea power export cables for the world’s largest wind farm.
Frank Schmidt, head of Business Unit Superconductor Activity, tells us more about superconductivity