Established in Bangkok, Thailand in 1967, Charoong Thai Wire & Cable (CTW) is the largest telecommunication cable manufacturer in Thailand and a subsidiary of Pacific Electric Wire and Cable.
CTW produces and distributes quality aluminum and copper conductors and fiber-optic cables for both the public and private sectors. It also designs and produces OEM products for companies around the world. CTW has strong bonds in business with four subsidiaries - Siam Pacific Electric Wire & Cable (SPEWC), Siam Fiber Optics (SFO), DD Cable (DDC), and Shanghai Asia Pacific Electronic (SAP) - through which the company sells its products to Thailand, India, China, and other countries.
CTW makes communication cables, high and low voltage power cables, fire-resistant cables, control and instrument cables, and other special products.
Charoong Thai Wire & Cable: Financial results, 3Q20-2Q21 (US$m)
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Source: Reuters, compiled by DIGITIMES, October 2021