Nexans again lauded as Middle East's top cabling vendor

June 7, 2013
New award reportedly comes close on the heels of additional 'Structured Cabling Vendor of the Year' accolades the company recently received in the region.

The UAE's Zawyareports that Nexans was for the second straight year awarded as 'Best Cabling Vendor Of The Year', at at the recent Network Middle East Innovation Awards 2013, in Dubai. The cabling giant was recognized for "its innovative LAN cabling solutions, key deployments in the region, expertise, customer service and support."

"This award...is a testament of our company's efforts to provide end customers with the latest and most innovative cabling solutions and it translates our team's hard work and commitment towards our customers and partners across the Middle East region," commented Mr. Tarek Helmy, Regional Director Gulf and Middle East, South & East Africa of Nexans Cabling Solutions.

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"We would like to thank the judges and the editor of Network Middle East magazine for choosing Nexans for this accolade," added Nexans' regional director Helmy. "We would also like to dedicate this award to our customers and partners, who are an integral part of our success story in this region."

The new award reportedly comes close on the heels of 'Structured Cabling Vendor of the Year' accolades the company received at Network World's Middle East Awards 2013, held in late March of this year.

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