ZMS Cables Partners With Karachi Electric Power for a New Conductor Project

Karachi Electric Limited (KE) is the only vertically integrated power company in Pakistan. Vertical integration is a method of increasing or decreasing a company’s level of control over the distribution of its inputs and outputs by combining two businesses that are at different levels of the production process.

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Energy Middle East in Dubai: Straight From the ZMS Show Floor

ZMS Cables will participate in the Dubai Middle East Energy Exhibition on 4.16-4.18, 2024.

Dubai Power & Energy Exhibition is the most influential power and new energy exhibition in the Middle East, known as one of the world’s top five industrial events. It started in 1975 with a grand scale. With the steady growth of international trade in the Middle East, the Middle East Power Show attracts more and more related professionals and high-level people to visit.

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ZMS Successfully Completes Solar Cable Project Cooperation with Afghanistan

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ZMS and Green State Power (hereinafter referred to as GSP) of Afghanistan have successfully reached a cooperation and have completed the delivery of a 10 MWP PV project built in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Afghanistan is geographically located in west-central Asia, neighboring Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan in the north, Iran in the west, Pakistan in the south and east, and a narrow strip of land in the northeastern part of the country bordering China. It has a continental climate with dryness and little rainfall throughout the year, cold winters, and hot summers, and the country’s average annual rainfall is only about 240 millimeters.

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Submarine Cable Laying to Connect Egypt, the Middle East, etc.

Recently, Telecom Egypt announced that it will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with three communications companies in the UAE, Indonesia, and India to form an international alliance to establish a submarine cable laying project.

This collaborative project will connect data centers in several countries, starting from Southeast Asia and India, all the way to the Middle East and Egypt, using new, unique, and diverse international paths for information data transmission.

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ZMS Cables partners with EACOP crude oil pipeline project in Uganda

ZMS Cables has recently entered into a partnership with the East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) project in Uganda, with Worley acting as the general contractor for the project and ZMS Cables providing significant assistance with the pipeline and power suppliers.

The East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) will be built between the oilfields in western Uganda and Tanga Port in Tanzania, with a total length of nearly 1,500 kilometers and a total volume of 260,000 tons of LSAW steel pipes, which is the longest heated crude oil pipeline project in the world, and one of the most important pipeline projects in the international energy market in recent years, and an important energy project under the leadership of the “One Belt, One Road” initiative of China. It is one of the most important pipeline projects in the international energy market in recent years and an important energy project under China’s “Belt and Road” initiative.

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World’s Largest Submarine Cable Project Builds Landing Site in Sharjah

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World’s largest submarine cable project gets UAE telecom giant on board to build landing site in Sharjah

In an increasingly interconnected world, the significance of robust telecommunication infrastructure cannot be overstated. The proliferation of digital technologies has spurred global demand for high-speed internet connectivity, prompting the initiation of ambitious projects to enhance global communication networks. Among these endeavors, the construction of submarine cables plays a pivotal role, facilitating the transmission of vast amounts of data across continents.

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Chilean Government and Google Announce Partnership to Build First Submarine Cable Connecting South America to Asia-Pacific

Chilean President Gabriel Borich delivered a speech on the construction of submarine fiber optic cable at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) CEO Summit on November 15, 2023, in San Francisco, California.

The Chilean government on Wednesday (January 10) announced a partnership with Alphabet’s Google to build the first-ever undersea cable route directly connecting South America and the Asia-Pacific region. The submarine cable line is named “Humboldt”.

According to a Chilean government press release, Humboldt will connect the central Chilean port city of Valparaiso to Sydney, Australia, via 14,800 kilometers (9,200 miles) of fiber optic cable through French Polynesia. The capacity is 144 terabytes (TB) and the service life is 25 years.

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