Swiss firm promotes its fibre tech

Huber & Suhner Group, a leading global supplier of components and systems for electrical and optical connectivity, is keen to use GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK as a platform to expand its reach in the Middle East.

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Swiss firm promotes its fibre tech Christophe Inhelder is optimistic about growth in the Middle East region.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 19, 2010

Huber & Suhner Group, a leading global supplier of components and systems for electrical and optical connectivity, is keen to use GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK as a platform to expand its reach in the Middle East.

The company, which is based in Switzerland and has18 group companies around the world, has been experiencing robust growth in the Middle East, and is keen to focus further efforts on the Middle East region.

Christophe Inhelder, Application and Sales Engineer Fibre Optics, Huber & Suhner, says that the company has been doubling its revenues in the Middle East each year for the past few years.

“We are looking for new business. We saw that business was really picking up in the region, which is why we decided to set up our own office here in Dubai,” he says.

At GITEX, Huber & Suhner is focusing on two new products. “On the fibre optic side we have fibre management rack which has the highest density of fibre ports in the market,” Inhelder says. “Density of fibre ports is an issue these days.”

He adds that the company has also developed a new full IP radio link which it is keen to promote at GITEX. The company produces a large range of cables, connectors, antennas as well as power cables, and fibre optic cables. Inhelder says that China is currently the company’s biggest market, and is also home to its biggest manufacturing site.

Huber & Suhner opened its Middle East office, which covers Pakistan, GCC, Iran and North Africa, about three years ago.

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