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Download the PDF programme for Advanced Cable Middle East 2018


The Advanced Cable Middle East conference is entering it’s fourth year running and each event leading up to now had been a great success. Take a look at some material from some of our past events including last year’s post-conference report and sample presentations.

Post-conference report from Advanced Cable Middle East 2017

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Conference presentations from Advanced Cable Middle East 2017

The road ahead – Gaining new momentum
Andrew Shaw – Ducab
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An insight into European cable market developments and impacts on the Middle East cable industry
Volker Wendt – Europacable
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New EN vs. TUV: Which solar cable standard is more suitable to Middle East requirements?
Mehmet Erbuga – Prysmian
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