Cords Cable Industries Limited

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Cords Cable Industries Limited (BSE: 532941, NSE: CORDSCABLE, ISIN: INE792I01017) is the largest instrumentation cable maker in India.[1]

With its headquarters in New Delhi, it manufactures Instrumentation cables, Control cables, Thermocouple cables, Power cables besides special cables for electrical connectivity requirements, mainly for industrial use. The Company manufactures cables up to 1.1 kilovolt for applications including industrial, utility and buildings. It caters to industries such as power, steel, cement, fertilizers and chemicals, and refinery/petroleum. The Company’s products include low-tension control cables (up to 1.1 kilovolt), low-tension power cables (up to 1.1 kilovolt), instrumentation cables, signal and data cables, thermocouple extension/compensating cables, panel wires/house hold wires/flexible cables, and specialty cables.[2]

The company is governed by a board of directors that comprises well qualified professionals from engineering & management disciplines with over thirty years of cutting-edge experience in the cable industry.[3]

Listing[edit]

In January 2008, the Company came out with an IPO[4] and on 13 February 2008 got listed on Bombay Stock Exchange[5] and National Stock Exchange of India.[6]

Trivia[edit]

  • In 2008, Cords Cable Industries Limited became the only Cable manufacturer in the Asia-Pacific Region to be listed by Forbes Magazine in its 'Asia's 200 Best Companies Under a Billion List'.[7][8]
  • In 2012, Cords Cable Industries Limited was ranked 513th[9] by International Business Times in its list, published on January 16, 2012, of world's 1000 fasted-growing companies.[10]

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