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CTC Global and General Cable plan to jointly manufacture high-capacity, low-sag ACCC conductor solutions for electric utilities in the U.S. and Canada.

The collaborative effort will allow CTC Global to utilize General Cable's manufacturing capabilities to produce the ACCC conductor, which has been deployed at more than 250 project sites in over 25 countries worldwide. General Cable began working with CTC in 2004, gaining extensive experience manufacturing the ACCC conductor.

"We are pleased to re-establish our relationship with CTC," says Jay Lahman, vice president  and general manager of electric utility products for General Cable. "General Cable and CTC are both committed to delivering innovative cable technology to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of power delivery."

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