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Research and Markets: Global Market for Cables – Forecast, Opportunities & Trends 2014-2019

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Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the “Global Market for Cables – Forecast, Opportunities & Trends 2014-2019” report to their offering.

This report on the global market for cables analyzes power and telecom cables. While the global cables market underwent a period of contraction in the years leading up to 2012 following the global economic recession, the market has since then stabilized and has been posting strong growth. The global cables market has grown at a strong rate since 2012 and it is expected to grow strongly up to 2019.

The market for cables is driven by the Asia Pacific region, with China accounting for the biggest share in the global market. Since there has been a lot of growth in the Chinese energy and telecom industries, the market for cables has been growing particularly rapidly in China and this is not expected to change anytime soon.

The global cables market is being led by the power cables sector, followed by telecom cables. Power cables accounted for almost 70% of the industry in 2014 and telecom cables followed, accounting for 30% of the industry.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Industry Definition

3. Global Market For Cables

4. Global Cables Industry: Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

5. Analysis Of Key Cable Markets

6. Global Cables Industry: Forecast

7. Major Industry Players

– Belden Inc.

– Fujikura Ltd.

– Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd.

– General Cable Corporation

– Hitachi Cable, Ltd.

– Nexans SA

– NKT Cables Group GmbH

– Prysmian Group

– Southwire Company, LLC

– Sumitomo Electric Industries

– Superior Essex Inc.

For more information visit

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Laura Wood, Senior Manager
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Sector: Power


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