Viakable has 65 years of global experience
We are the birthplace of one of the largest industrial groups in the country and, since our beginnings, we have distinguished ourselves for leading the markets where we operate.
Who are we?
At Viakable, Xignux Cables Division, we are comprised of a group of leading companies that remain at the forefront of cable manufacturing for the generation, transmission, and distribution of electricity.
We offer high technology and the best operational practices, so our clients can obtain the best product and, above all, have the best human team at their disposal.
Mission and Values
We manage companies that energize life and society to contribute to a better world.
Seeking excellence in everything we do
The initial challenge was considerable: to supply cables for the electrification of Mexico when the country was growing. There was a pressing need to solve the deficit in electricity supply.
These were the beginnings of Conductores Monterrey, today called Viakable, the first Xignux company. Learn more about our milestones below:
Conductores Monterrey is incorporated on September 29.
We began producing magnet wire.
For the first time in Mexico, we manufactured medium voltage cables of up to to 35 thousand volts
We inaugurated the Conductores Monterrey plant, seven times larger than the first.
The telephone wire manufacturing plant was inaugurated.
We manufactured, for the first time in Latin America, a 69 kV cable with EPR insulation.
The San Luis Potosí, opened to produce building wire and cable.
The Conductores Monterrey marketing network is incorporated.
We began producing armored cable for export to the United States.
We incorporated Multipak, the main wooden spool manufacturer in Mexico.
We established CME Wire & Cable operations in the United States to provide services in the United States and Canada.
We acquired Sāo Marco, the third largest magnet wire producer in Brazil.
We inaugurated Magnekon, one of the most modern magnet wire plants in the world.
We increased our capacity to produce cables up to 230 kV, and we opened a plant to manufacture flexible cords and wires.
We opened our coaxial cable plant.
We manufactured, for the first time in Mexico, 115 kV energy cables.
We opened CETIV (Viakable Technology and Innovation Center).
We incorporated Centelsa, an electric conductor manufacturer based in Colombia.
We opened Vialutek, focused on manufacturing aluminum rod.
We acquired the assets of American Bare Conductor Inc. and began Viakable Manufacturing LLC, operations in the United States.
We successfully concluded the process of selling Centelsa to Nexans.
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