Welcome to Wire4Power.
Wire4Power is a fantasy name created specifically to the US market and it is a branch of the company Induscabos. Founded in 1976, Induscabos Electrical Conductors is the largest cables manufacturer in Brazil producing high, medium and low voltage electrical wires and cables, with 100% national capital. The plant is located in the city of Poá, 25 miles away from São Paulo city, installed in an area of approximately 80,000 m² (22 acres).
It have started focusing the automotive and appliances market, but in 1990 has increased the portfolio including low voltage cables. In 1998 has started the production of medium voltage cables. Nowadays INDUSCABOS has a modern industrial park, counting on 4 production units and 2 laboratory units structured with state-of-the-art equipment. In 2010 has inaugurated a new industrial plant, with cable production capacity for cables rated up to 138 kV.
With a broad portfolio of products that meet the requirements of client’s specifications and national or international standards, the company is present in all segments of the market, with emphasis on its strong performance in Energy, Oil and Gas, Mining, Steel, Paper and Pulp, Agribusiness, Wind Farms, besides being recognized in the Construction, Distributors of Electrical Materials and Home Centers market.
Induscabos maintains a consolidated policy in the international market, exporting its products to more than 15 countries in South America, Central America, Africa and now starting business in North America.
In 1995 Induscabos has received the certificate of quality assurance system ISO 9001: 1994 which is periodically audited by UL (Underwriters Laboratories Inc.). In 2017, it was renewed based on ISO 9001:2015, by the internationally recognized organization DQS / UL.
To ensure the quality of its products in an increasingly demanding market, Induscabos maintains a permanent training program for its technical team, as well as a careful selection of suppliers in addition to full control of its processes.
To offer solutions in transport of energy with quality, contributing to the development of the society.
To be a reference in transport of
energy with sustainable growth.
Exporting electric wires and cables to the world
Expanding its participation, in 2002 Induscabos started its action in the international market, prospecting clients in Central America, South America, Africa and the Middle East. In this same year, it has also started to participate in International Fairs and Missions with APEX (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency).
Currently, Induscabos exports 10% of its productive capacity among low and medium voltage cables, with average turnover growth of 15% over the past years. It is present in more than 15 countries, such as: Argentina, Cuba, Mexico, Panama, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Uruguay, Angola, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, among others, supplying to large projects such as the Reconstruction of the Capanda Plant (Angola), Mariel Harbor (Cuba), Santiago Subway (Chile) and Thermal Electric Project of Baja California (Mexico).
The presentation of the Induscabos System Ethics Code strengthens and contributes to a new corporate culture, directed towards the company’s development, with social, physical and environmental responsibility. The Code acknowledges the Brazilian legislation as the regulating body and with the norms applied to the company. It represents the confirmation of the historical commitment with the highest level of ethical and legal conduct that has been supporting the company for years.
Induscabos Condutores Elétricos, through continuous improvement, seeks to meet the needs and expectations of interested parties in relation to the provision of energy transport solutions.
For us, nothing is more important than people’s safety and health.
We use natural resources consciously, showing commitment to future generations.
Objectives of the Quality Management System:
• Work as a team, aiming to meet the requirements of interested parties;
• Establish partnerships with customers and suppliers, internal and/or external;
• Seek continuous improvement of the management system, with the commitment of all;
• Direct all efforts to comply with the legislation.
• Understand that the sustainability of our business contributes to the well-being of our society;
• Reduce the environmental impacts, address to protect the environment, preserve natural resources, manage and assure the correct destination of our leavings, with the focus on preventing the pollution
• Promote a safe, healthy and sustainable workplace, developing actions that promote the safe behavior of employees;