About Prysmian Australia
Prysmian's presence in Australia began in 1975 trading as Pirelli Cables Australlia Ltd manufacturing both power and telecommunications cables in Minto, New South Wales. Soon after, a factory site was established at Dee Why, on Sydney's northern beaches, where the telecommunications cables manufacturing activities were relocated leaving the Minto site to focus on power cables. Following the acquisition of MM Cables in 1999, Prysmian consolidated the energy cables manufacturing activities and internal sales operations of both companies into the Liverpool site rationalizing two workforces into one, tendering transport and warehousing services and embracing structured process improvement programs.
Today, from two production sites in Sydney, Prysmian Cables & Systems manufactures and supplies the most comprehensive range of energy, data and telecommunications cables to customers all over Australia as well as export markets around the world. Prysmian is a major supplier to Telecommunications Carriers, Power Utilities, Electrical Wholesalers & Contractors, Original Equipment Manufacturers, Petrochemical and Mining facilities throughout Australia with an extensive range of products designed to suit specific applications.