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Dow Wire signs license deal with Russian manufacturer

Dow Wire & Cable, a subsidiary of Dow Chemical Co., has signed a license agreement with Russian company Sevkabel Holding that will allow Sevkabel to use Dow's Endurance range insulation, semiconductive and jacketing materials to...

June 3, 2011   Canadian Plastics

Dow Wire & Cable, a subsidiary of Dow Chemical Co., has signed a license agreement with Russian company Sevkabel Holding that will allow Sevkabel to use Dow’s Endurance range insulation, semiconductive and jacketing materials to manufacture medium and high voltage power cables.

In a press release, Midland, Mich.-based Dow described Sevkabel Holding, which is headquartered in St. Petersburg, as a leading cable manufacturer in the Russian Federation.

“The Russian Federation is a very important region for growth and innovation in the power industry,” said Filip Tauson, commercial director Europe/Middle East/Africa, Dow Wire & Cable. “This next step with [Sevkabel] will certainly benefit both organizations as well as utilities and consumers that will realize more reliable power supply from the manufacture of long-life cables that meet strict international quality standards.”


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