Cuba to export cables to Latin America
Engineer Hector Torres, director of the electricity and phone cable company, said the exports would go to Jamaica, Colombia, Honduras, Mexico, Venezuela, Dominican Republic, Haiti and Guatemala.
The investment will double Cuba's current 6,000 ton copper and aluminum production and includes modernizing the line of cable coverings and cable knitting.
Installing the highly-efficient technology would improve productivity and rescue traditional products as well as sell protected wiring.
The Eleka plant, the largest of its type in the Caribbean Basin, is located in San Antonio de las Lajas and meets domestic socio-economic demands, such as for the electricity saving Energy Revolution.
Source: Prensa Latina