Exporting electric wires and cables to the world
Expanding it’s participation, in 2002 Induscabos started it’s action in the international Market, prospecting clientes in Central America, South America, Africa ante the Middle East. In this same year, it also started it’s participation in International Fairs and Missions with APEX (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency).
Currently, Induscabos exports 10% of its productive capacity among low, medium and high voltage cables, with average turnover growth of 15% over the past years. It 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 to large projects such as the Reconstruction of the Capanda Plant (Angola), Mariel Harbor (Cuba), Santiago Subway (Chile), Thermal Electric Project of Baja Califórnia (Mexico).
With strategic location, the company is located next to great distribution centers, such as São Paulo and the harbor of Santos. The location ensures easy access and enables the distribution of its production in an effective manner, both through the sea transportation and by the main roads of the country.