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Most of the cable makers in the relevant parts of the region are members of ArabCab, although the membership list of the association does not exhaust all the cable-makers in the Arab countries.
Arab Cable Chaoira Association founded insecond conference to held be in May Manufacturing activity by the major global cable groups in this region, other than in Turkey, is relatively limited. Prysmian has a substantial presence in Turkey, while Corning Cable Systems has manufacturing operations in both Turkey and Egypt. Elsewhere in the region, Draka has a stake in Oman Cables Industry. Except for Corning, US interests in the region are limited to Israel, where the Alpine Group is the largest shareholder in Superior Cables, a company formed from the merger of three established players.
There are also investments in the region by global producers of auto wiring systems that we discuss later. There has been some development of cross-border interests in the region, as cable companies based chkira one country within MENA invest in manufacturing operations in another, either through acquisition or through building green-field operations.
But the cable industry in MENA remains fragmented, as no really large groups have yet emerged in this region with a pan-national presence comparable with, for example, Nexans, Prysmian or Draka in the European market.
Cjakira is not surprising, as the region is not integrated economically, though there are developing areas of economic cooperation such as the GCC and Maghreb countries.
There are three large cable producers in Saudi Arabia: Riyadh Cables, Saudi Cable Co. The largest of these is the Dubai Cable Co. Three smaller cable companies operate in the UAE: This is a listed company whose published results show that it has been growing fast and that it is profitable. In Bahrain there is only one producer, Midal Cables: In Oman the main cable producer is Oman Cables Chajira, though tunisiw is also a local producer of optical fibre and fibre optic cable, Oman Fibre Optics.
Nuhas Oman, a copper wire producer that is part of Al Bahja group, has extended its product range into enamelled wire.
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There are currently no cable producers in Qatar, but from time to time in the last five years there have been rumours that a cable manufacturer will establish a presence in the country. The number of cable-makers in Iran is large over one hundredbut most of these are only active in energy cables. There is a large producer of communication cables, Shahid Ghandi, which is owned by the Telecommunications Co.
The largest cable-maker in Morocco is Nexans Maroc, a long-established subsidiary of the Nexans group. The last-named company is part of the Tunisian Elloumi group.
Filem is a Tunisian producer of magnet wire. The French company Omerin has a small unit in Tunisia. In Algeria there is a stronger government presence in the cable industry, just as there is in other industrial activities, than in most of the other major countries of MENA.
Recently the government has made efforts to accelerate the pace of privatisation of state-owned businesses, so this situation may change. The latter company is a subsidiary of the Nexans group.
In addition to these larger groups, there are also several other smaller Egyptian cable producers, mainly active in LV energy cables. The Turkish cable market has been through phases of strong growth but since demand has been relatively weak. As many cablemakers had been attracted to Turkey by its apparently strong longterm prospects, excess production cble built up.
Consequently, there has been pressure to reduce capacity in some sectors through rationalisation. Turkey has for many thnisie been a major exporter of bare copper wire products to Western Europe, but in recent years exports of cable from Turkey have been growing in importance. In particular, the global cable groups with a presence in Turkey have opportunities to use their Turkish operations as a low cost base from which to export to markets in Western Europe.
Growth in exports has helped to offset the weakness in home market demand. The potential of the Turkish market has attracted several international tunisei groups: Nexans Turkey, for example, is a major producer of energy cables.
The Saudi Cable Co. Hesfibel is the leading Turkish producer of communication cables, but is separate from Hes Kablo, which belongs to another industrial group. Corning Cable Systems also has an operation producing fibre optic cable in Turkey.
In the enamelled wire sector four Turkish producers merged to form Bemka inlater rationalising their operations. In the late s the US group Superior Telecom acquired Cables of Zion, one of the major Israeli cable producers, and chskira bought two other major Israeli cable makers, Cvalim the largest and Pica Plast.
The merged business now operates as Superior Cables, a listed company in which the US Alpine Group retains a shareholding. Mainly, but not All, ArabCab Most of the cable makers in the relevant parts of the region are members of ArabCab, although the membership list of the association does not exhaust all the cable-makers in the Arab countries. Cross Border Interests Are Limited There has been some development of cross-border interests in the region, as cable companies based in one country within MENA invest in manufacturing operations in another, either through acquisition or through building green-field operations.
The Iranian Cable Industry The number of cable-makers in Iran is large tuunisie one hundredbut most of these are only active in energy cables. Morocco Cable-makers The largest cable-maker in Morocco is Nexans Maroc, a long-established subsidiary of the Nexans group.
Algeria Mainly State Owned In Algeria there is a stronger government presence in the cable industry, just as there cablw in other industrial activities, than in most of the other major countries of MENA. Some Consolidation in Turkey The Turkish cable market has been through phases of strong growth but since demand has been relatively weak.