History

  • 2010s+

    Corinth Pipeworks

    With the implementation of the strategic investments, continuous improvement of the production base and successful cooperation with major oil and gas companies and EPC contractors worldwide, Corinth Pipeworks evolves into a world class pipe manufacturer, recognized for its dedication to quality and high overall performance.

    • CPW is awarded the first worldwide X70 HIC resistant HFI pipeline project in U.S.A.
    • The ERW/HFI pipe mill is upgraded to produce pipes with max. length of 24m (from 18m).
    • The external and internal coating mills are upgraded to coat pipes up to 24m length (from 18m).
    • The new LSAW pipe mill investment is completed, enabling Corinth Pipeworks to offer one of the widest product ranges of welded pipes worldwide.
    • The Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG (TAP) awards a contract to Corinth Pipeworks to supply a total length of approximately 495 km (~270,000Tn of steel pipes) of large diameter pipes
     

    Cablel® Hellenic Cables Group

    • Cablel® Hellenic Cables Group acquires 100% of Fulgor S.A.’s share capital and an approx. EUR 65 million investment plan is implemented
    • It is awarded a new contract for the Cyclades Islands interconnection worth approximately EUR 93 million, including underwater 150KV cable connections
    • A new contract worth approximately EUR 36.4 million for the design, supply, installation and commissioning of the 150kV submarine interconnection of small island of Aghios Georgios to the mainland Greece is awarded
    • Two contracts for the planning, design and supply of both submarine and underground cables are also awarded by the Danish national electricity transmission system operator, Energinet.dk
    • Two turnkey projects for offshore wind farm export cable systems are awarded by the German electricity transmission system operator TenneT 
  • 2000s

    Corinth Pipeworks

    A new plant is constructed in Thisvi, 125Km North-West of Athens and production facilities are relocated.

    • Sidenor Group, the major Greek steel manufacturer acquires a majority holding and a massive restructuring plan commences. The Thisvi plant, where all current manufacturing operations are based, begins operations
    • Corinth Pipeworks and TMK reach an agreement to establish of a joint venture for the production of medium-diameter pipes in Russia.
    • Upgrade of the HFI line, to produce steel pipes with an outside diameter of 26'' (world first)
     

    Cablel® Hellenic Cables Group

    • The new Thiva cable production plant is completed and High Voltage cable production line begins operations
    • Operation of 2nd HV/EHV line up to 500kV
  • 1990s

    Corinth Pipeworks

    Corinth Pipeworks is audited and approved by many end-users and key contractors leading to the award of several prestigious project including our first offshore pipeline and sour service pipeline references.

     

    Cablel® Hellenic Cables Group

    Fulgor SA constructs the first H.V. (High Voltage) 150KV cables, on behalf of DEI(PPC)
    Share capital majority acquisition of Icme Ecab S.A. from Hellenic Cables S.A.

  • 1980s

    Corinth Pipeworks

    The company establishes itself as a producer of high quality steel pipes. Important alliances with top tier raw material suppliers are formed, and product and quality management systems accredited and certified according to recognized international standards.

     

    Cablel® Hellenic Cables Group

    Production of XLPE Insulated medium voltage cables

  • 1970s

    Corinth Pipeworks

    A solid production base is created through new installations and major investments and orders from North America, Asia, Europe and the MENA region mark the start of our experience in important markets.

     

    Cablel® Hellenic Cables Group

    • Hellenic Cables S.A is established.
    • Completion of the first submarine cable linking Kos - Kalymnos (25.4 Km) and Paros-Naxos (15 Km) by Fulgor on behalf of DEI (Public Power Co)
  • 1960s

    Corinth Pipeworks

    Operations commence at the Corinth plant, 80Km west of Athens (1969).

     

    Cablel® Hellenic Cables Group

    Cable production plant relocation to Inofyta, 57Km north of Athens

  • 1950s

     

     

     

    Cablel® Hellenic Cables Group

    • Viohalco begins cable production
    • Cable manufacturing company, Icme Ecab S.A. is founded under the name of “Electrocablu”.
    • Fulgor in Agios Ioannis Rentis, Athens, Attica is established