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HELUKABEL Establishes Subsidiary in Ireland

April 27, 2023

HELUKABEL Establishes Subsidiary in Ireland

Further growth for the HELUKABEL Group

Further growth for the HELUKABEL Group began at start of the year as the manufacturer and supplier of electrical connection technology founded a subsidiary in Ireland. With this new office and logistics location soon to be operational in the capital city of Dublin, the company will be able to supply its customers throughout the country with cables, wires and accessories even faster and more reliably.

The HELUKABEL Group is now represented in 39 countries around the globe. “Our goal is to establish the world-renowned brand HELUKABEL in Ireland and to sustainably expand our position in this exciting market,” says Geoff Byrne, managing director of the new subsidiary. “We still see great potential here in many industrial sectors and especially in renewable energies, we are excited to bring a quality manufacturer to the Irish market.” Cables and wires for wind power and photovoltaic systems have been a great strength of the company for many years.

Geoff Byrne, managing director of the new subsidiary

“Our customers here in the country can look forward to an even more comprehensive service as well as shorter response and delivery times in the future,” adds Geoff. Especially when it comes to special requirements or customer-specific solutions, the local presence is a decisive advantage. HELUKABEL Ireland is already the second expansion of the group this year as just a few weeks ago, the specialist announced the establishment of a subsidiary in Morocco.


HELUKABEL Group Builds New Facility for Automation Cable Solutions

The HELUKABEL Group, a global cable system solutions provider, announced it is going to build a new facility in Haan, Germany that will house its robotic dress pack and drag chain system subsidiaries under one roof. The new building will also serve as the headquarters of HELUKABEL’s Rhine-Ruhr sales branch, and is planned to be completed by 2025.

Robotec Systems’ core business is robotic dress pack solutions and has been a subsidiary since 2012 operating out of Duisburg, a suburb of Duesseldorf in northwest Germany. EKD Systems, which recently joined the HELUKABEL Group in the beginning of 2022, specializes in the development and production of cable drag chains made of steel, stainless steel, and plastic. Due to the similarities in both customers and business areas, the corporate group is hoping for considerable synergistic effects from the move to the new location in order to support its global sales network.

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