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2014-02-18 16:21:26

UPPER MARLBORO, Md., Feb. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for the Electrical Industry (NJATC) announced an agreement with Prysmian, world leader in the energy and telecom cables and systems industry, to create the Prysmian Cable Education Academy, a unique online program dedicated to training the next generation of electrical workers. Over the next three years, Prysmian will donate $500,000 in cash, product and training support to...

2011-07-13 07:55:00

MILAN, July 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- - New Organisational Structure Rolled out - Birth of Prysmian Group, EUR7 Billion Turnover, 98 Plants in 50 Countries, 22,000 Employees Prysmian, worldwide leader in the energy and telecom cables industry, unveils its new organisational structure, marking an important step forward in the integration with Draka, following the closing of the acquisition in March and the delisting from the Amsterdam Stock Exchange in April. Along...

2008-09-22 15:00:17

Prysmian is pleased to announce the launch of its VertiCasa(TM) cabling system into the North American market. Prysmian's VertiCasa(TM) system is specifically designed for bringing optical fiber directly into high-rise apartments and office buildings. The heart of the VertiCasa(TM) system is a new concept in optical cable construction, which allows remarkably easy fiber access and break-out. Prysmian's VertiCasa(TM) system has been widely deployed throughout the world. And now, Prysmian has...

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