MEGLAB, FIRST CERTIFIED CABLE REPAIR CENTER FOR NEXANS AMERCABLE IN CANADA
To constantly renew its business practices and offer state-of-the-art solutions, Meglab has been formed and trained to Nexans AmerCable cable repair processes and practices. Meglab is now a certified center for extremely high-quality mining cable repairs.
First in Canada to receive this certification, Meglab becomes the only Nexans AmerCable certified service center in the country.
In the mining environment, cables must be long lasting and maintain their flexibility. Using reliable & durable repair techniques, certified technicians can repair the insulation, the shield, the conductors and the grounding of the cables, in order to restore th-eir original properties.
“We have been offering a cable repair service for several years either at our shop or on site. We repair and extend GGC and SHD-GC trailing cables of all capacities and lengths, which come from our customers; more often between 45 and 100 meters in length, and even exceeding 1500 meters! This certification is a big plus for our team, recognizing the quality of our technicians and it should serve to reassure users. “
– Louis Valade, president of Meglab
After having audited Meglab’s equipment and working methods, confidence was established to develop this partnership.
“We are happy to count on this team to offer the service locally. Nexans AmerCable certified repair centers were in the United States only, which sometimes complicated the repair process for our customers. We are proud that Meglab now offers the service here in Canada and we are convinced of the quality of the work to be done by Meglab. “
– Stéphane Bilodeau, Business Development Manager, Nexans AmerCable
For more information on the cable repair service, contact Meglab at 1-877-833-7710
Visit of Minister Pierre Fitzgibbon, Member for Abitibi-Est and Minister Pierre Dufour and Member for Abitibi-Ouest Suzanne Blais
The Minister of Economy and Innovation, the deputies of Abitibi-Est (Minister of Forestry, Wildlife and Parks) and Abitibi-Ouest visited our head office.