TELE-FONIKA Kable SA (TF Kable) is in the world’s list of top European producers of cables and wires with 100% Polish capital, with a significant development potential. The products produced in our plants are recognised by customers in more than 80 countries. Our range of products includes approx. 30 thousand types of cables and wires.
The company combines good traditions of the cable industry in Poland and innovative technical solutions. TELE-FONIKA Kable Group currently consists of 4 trading company responsible for the distribution of our products around the world, 6 production plants (4 located in Poland, 1 in Serbia, 1 in Ukraine) and the Cable Waste Recycling Department (Poland).
TELE-FONIKA Kable Group
- TELE-FONIKA Kable - Poland
- Copper Cable Company - Great Britain
- TELE-FONIKA Kable - Germany
- TELE-FONIKA Cable Americas Ltd - USA
- TELE-FONIKA Baltic - Lithuania
- Krakow - Wielicka Plant - Poland
- Bydgoszcz Plant - Poland
- Krakow - Biezanow Plant - Poland
- Myslenice Plant - Poland
- Zajecar Plant - Serbia
- Chernihiv Plant - Ukraine
CABLE WASTE RECYCLING
- Bukowno Plant - Poland
TELE-FONIKA Kable Group was established as a result of the consolidation of several plants of the cable industry operating in Poland: established in 1992 in Myślenice TELE-FONIKA Kable, Krakowska Fabryka Kabli and Bydgoska Fabryka Kabli, as well as two abroad plants. The present position of the company is the result of dynamic development achieved due to the implemented investment projects, including the construction of a new plant in Kraków-Bieżanów and modernization of the plant in Bydgoszcz.
Due to experienced and qualified employees, the company meets high technological standards confirmed with 460 quality certificates for its products, granted by 34 renowned certification centres in the world.
The products of TELE-FONIKA Kable are applied in all relevant sectors of the economy. We are a recognized and reliable provider of cables and wires made of copper, aluminium and fibre optics, used by the world's leading companies in the power, telecommunications, electronic, shipbuilding and mining sectors.