Synonyms for prysmian or Related words with prysmian

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Examples of "prysmian"
Analysis of Prysmian Group’s 2013 financial statement:
Prysmian Group was created in 2011 through the merger of Prysmian and Draka, both of which were leaders in innovation and technologies in the cable industry.
20 December 2013, Prysmian Group announced a new organisational structure and management appointments. Made effective on 1 January 2014, Prysmian Group's top management consists of the following members:
On 16 January 2007 Prysmian Srl was transformed into the stock corporation Prysmian S.p.A. and quoted in the FTSE MIB index of the Milan stock exchange.
Construction contracts were signed with Siemens and Prysmian in 2016 and in June 2016 Prysmian subcontracted the marine survey for the cable placement to the Swedish marine survey provider MMT.
Prysmian Group is a public company, listed on the Borsa Italiana in the FTSE MIB index.
In 2009, Italian cable manufacturer Prysmian made a takeover offer for Draka, but doubts began to emerge in August. Prysmian called off the takeover talks in early September. In October 2010, French cable maker Nexans made a €15/share offer to buy the 43.9% of the company held by Flint Beheer, an investment fund owned by the wealthy Fentener van Vlissingen family. Nexans indicated that it would sell off Draka's telecommunications activities. However, Draka rejected Nexans' offer, and on 22 November 2010 instead accepted Prysmian's new offer of €17.20/share (9.1x EBITDA). Prysmian intended to integrate Draka's operations into their own, rather than breaking it up; integration costs are estimated at €170 million over three years. The merger of Prysmian and Draka, and the integration of the two market-leading companies, culminated in the creation of the world's largest cable maker by revenue, the Prysmian Group.
Within the Industrial business unit, Prysmian Group offers integrated cabling solutions for a wide variety of industrial sectors.
Prysmian Group is involved in the development, design, production, supply and installation of a wide range of cables for many different applications in the energy and telecom cables and systems industry. Prysmian Group has its corporate headquarters in Milan, Italy. It operates in 50 countries with 91 plants and employs around 19,000 people as of 31 December 2013.
Prysmian Group has 17 research & development centres with over 500 skilled professionals. Spending on R&D in 2013 amounted to approximately €68 million.
Abbeville is the location of the tallest building in South Carolina, the Prysmian Copper Wire Tower. Built in 2009, the tower is tall and has 30 floors.
The cabling was supplied by Prysmian, Bladt Industries constructed the offshore monopile substation superstructure, with electrical equipment supplied by Areva T&D and ABB Group.
Prysmian Group has sales of some €7.567 billion in 2016 and employs about 21,000 employees across 50 countries, 91 production plants and 17 Research and Development centres.
Active in the wind and solar energy markets, Prysmian Group produces connections for offshore wind farms, with the technology to supply both wind turbine and inter-array cables.
Lepic has been a director of Eutelsat Communications SA, Prysmian Spa, Groupe Eurotunnel SA, Iliad SA, Neuf Cegetel SA, PagesJaunes Groupe, and Technicolor SA.
Prysmian Group manufactures single-mode, multimode and specialty optical fibres with centres of excellence in Douvrin (France), Battipaglia (Italy), Eindhoven (Netherlands), Claremont (USA), and Sorocaba (Brazil), with other production sites around the world.
Closure of part the Erith works by Pirelli was announced in 2002, with production of oil-filled cable transferred to their Eastleigh works in Hampshire. Pirelli subsequently sold off their cable operations, now known as Prysmian.
Prysmian Group's Elevator business produces a wide range of products for the elevator market, such as flexible connectorised cables and hoistway cables, in response to global demand for high-performance, durable and safe cables and parts.
The Prysmian Group is an Italian multinational corporation headquartered in Milan that manufactures electric power transmission and telecommunications cables and systems. It is the largest manufacturer of cables in the world measured by revenues.
Build the Future, launched in 2012, is Prysmian Group’s international Graduate Program. It is an international three-year development program for graduates with a bachelor's degree in engineering or business administration or graduates who are currently working towards one.