According to foreign media reports, the world's largest cable manufacturer Prysmian Group will be closed in the Netherlands, Delfzijl (Delfzijl) communications coaxial cable plant.
According to reports, the plant mainly for the telecommunication cable production and supply of cables, a total of 82 employees.
In the near future, Prysmian Group announced that it will build two new plants in Europe to further expand in the communications cable and data cable capacity to meet European market demand.
The construction of the new plant is based on the expansion of the Slatina plant in Romania and the production plant in Prešov, Slovakia. According to the plan, the expansion will be completed in 2016, early 2017 to full capacity production, when the two production bases will become Europe's largest production base of communication cables and data cables.
Therefore, the industry believes that Prysmian plans to close the Dutch communications cable factory to further integrate productivity, focus on creating the two major European production base.
Philippe Vanhille, vice president of Prysmian's telecommunications business, said: "Romania and Slovakia to build the two major production base is the Group to expand communications and data cable capacity, improve the competitiveness of the telecommunications market an important means.