British Cables Company introduces new cables to its range

New cables

Manchester based British Cables Company (BCC) is extending its range of cables to meet increasing market demands. The new products, many of which are manufactured at its Manchester factory, will help to consolidate BCC’s position as one of the leading UK cable manufacturers.

BCC Sales Director, Nick Bowman, says, ”2021 was an exceptional year for the business with significant changes, largely driven by national and independent wholesaler organisations. As such, we have been steadily expanding our manufacturing and stocking capabilities.

“For example, our range of building wires now includes 6241B, 6242B, 6243B, 2491B, 6491B, 6181Y, 6181B, 318_B, 3182/3B, 3184/5B and 649_X/B Booklet armoured; all in a variety of sizes. Our BS8436 Protected Building Wires, under the brand name GUARDIAN, together with our fire resistant cable options have also proven to be a popular stocking item for wholesalers and contractors alike.

“It’s been particularly satisfying to see how the business has evolved. Only a short while back, BCC was primarily known as a supplier of Copper Telecoms cables when in reality, we have always been a full range manufacturer and supplier to a variety of industries. Our product ranges cover a wide variety of other markets including, low voltage rail (Network Rail approved), structured cabling, building management cables and also optical fibre.

“As well as growing the product range, BCC has expanded our logistic and supply chain services. This enables BCC to be an integral part of the customers supply chain and provide key solutions such as warehousing and delivery management. Our business philosophy is to understand our customers’ needs and ensure that we deliver first class product quality and service. Having a dedicated team of technical product specialists is certainly a notable advantage”, Nick concludes.

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