News at Nexans Olex
The Australian Cablemakers Association is deeply concerned by the slow pace of the Infinity Cables recall.
Imported electrical products pose threat to Australian consumers.
ACA issues a media release surrounding the risk of Ecables product: Copper Clad Aluminium RE 110
The latest update to the Handbook App is now live on the Google Play Store and Apple iTunes.
Taskforce estimates the Inifinity cable fix to cost at least $80 million AUD.
With reference to ACCC Product Safety Recall Notice dated 27th August 2014
RE: Infinity and Olsent Brand TPS and Orange Circular Electrical Cables
The latest innovation in Power transmission technology.
The new Nexans Olex Engineering support services brochure is now available for download.
Nine News has published a story on the risk of fire from the use of Infinity brand imported cables.
Nexans Olex proudly presents our Alsecure product offering and catalogue.
The Olex Handbook just got handier. Now all that information is available to you in the Handbook App, suitable for smartphones and tablets – an Australian first.
Olex wishes to advise its customers of forthcoming revision to our terms and conditions, in relation to the Cutting Service Fee.
Olex Australia have teamed with a number of local community groups to support initiatives and programs within our local area to help disadvantaged young people achieve education and training.
26th October Press release re: Anti-Dumping
Olex will showcase a wide range of new power and control cables for the Australian mining industry on Stand 1060 during the 2008 Queensland Mining and Engineering (QME) exhibition at the Mackay Showground from July 22-24.