Exporting electric wires and cables to the world
Expanding its participation, in 2002 Induscabos started to operate in the international market, prospecting clients in Central America, South America, Africa and the Middle East. In this same year, it also started participating in Fairs and International Missions with APEX (Agência Brasileira de Promoção de Exportações e Investimentos).
At present, Induscabos exports 10% of its production capacity between low, medium and high voltage cables, with an average growth in invoicing of 15% over the last few years. Induscabos is present in more than 15 countries, such as: Argentina, Cuba, Mexico, Panama, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Uruguay, Angola, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, among others, supplying large projects such as Reconstruction of the Capanda Plant (Angola), Port of Mariel (Cuba), Santiago Subway (Chile), Baja California Thermoelectric Project (Mexico).
Exporting quality electric conductors for 18 years
Strategically located, the company is situated close to major distribution centres such as São Paulo and the port of Santos. The location ensures easy access and allows the effective flow of its production, both by sea transport and by the main road routes in the country.