A key milestone is that Cleveland Cable Company’s export business recorded 300% growth compared to the same period in 2022/23, highlighting the company’s continued expansion and demand for its products and services.
Over the course of these three months, the Middlesbrough-based company has successfully delivered its products to 29 countries – 27 of which are in the EMEA region for projects as diverse as data centers and renewable energy facilities to event venues.
Managing director Alastair Powell said: “Cleveland Cable Company’s growth in the first quarter of 2023/24 is nothing short of extraordinary. This achievement reflects our commitment to delivering high quality cables to industries worldwide.”
“We have now been trading for just over 45 years and this is testament to our team’s commitment to our customers, despite the challenges we have faced. We are proud to serve our customers worldwide and we look forward to continuing to grow as demand for our services grows.”
Cleveland Cable Company’s current position reflects the recent challenges it has faced, including the COVID-19 pandemic, supply chain disruptions, Brexit and the rising cost of living. In addition, the conflict in Ukraine has significantly affected the availability of raw materials such as wood, with Ukraine, Russia and Belarus accounting for 35% of global wood production. This has impacted global markets for timber and related products, including wooden barrels and pallets used to export cables worldwide.
In response to supply chain challenges, Cleveland Cable Company introduced its Drum Amnesty initiative, expanding its waste reduction efforts not only to its own drums, but also to those of other suppliers.
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