June 17-19, 2008 - TOC Europe conference and exhibition
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
TOC Europe conference and exhibition is the meeting place for maritime trade, port and terminal professionals to discuss key industry and technology trends. Nexans will be happy to welcome you on its booth to present its complete, innovative and reliable cabling solutions for material handling systems.
Nexans will present reeling cables for very high travelling speeds, used by the Port of Antwerp in Belgium.
The BUFLEX® X-Prem low and medium-voltage cables, boosting the performance and durability of your cranes and gantries, will also be presented on the Nexans booth.
How to find us ?
Booth E 18
Download the exhibition floorplan
RAI Amsterdam, The Netherlands
|Tuesday, June 17||10.00-18.00|
|Wednesday, June 18||10.00-18.00|
|Thursday, June 19||10.00-15.00|
Exhibited products and solutions
- BUFLEX® X-Prem LV and MV cables
- Flexible Festoon Cables
- Reeling Cables with Integrated Optical Fibres
- Extra Heavy Duty Reeling Cables
- Flexible Cables with Optical Fibre Elements
- Screened Flexible Festoon Cables
- Flat PVC Cables, Rubber Flat Cables, Screened Rubber Flat Cables
- Flexible Single-Core Connection Cables
- Flexible Pur Cable for spring-driven cable reels
With energy as the basis of its development, Nexans, the worldwide leader in the cable industry, offers an extensive range of cables and cabling systems. The Group is a global player in the infrastructure, industry and building markets. Nexans addresses a series of market segments from energy, transport and telecom networks to shipbuilding, oil and gas, nuclear, automotive, electronics, aeronautics, handling and automation. With an industrial presence in more than 30 countries and commercial activities worldwide, Nexans employs 21,000 people and had sales in 2006 of 7.5 billion euros. Nexans is listed on the Paris stock exchange, compartment A of the Eurolist of Euronext. More information on www.nexans.com
About TOC events
TOC includes three annual shipping, ports and terminal events in the major economic regions of Europe, Asia and the Americas. The events bring together executives from the port, terminal and shipping industries, plus government, to discuss the evolution of global maritime trade and how to improve the quality and performance of port and hinterland services to support trade growth.