LTC ever more sustainable: here’s the new packaging made of 70% recycled cardboard

Plastic has been an integral part of our daily lives for decades, but the growing awareness of its impact on the environment is presenting us with a challenge that concerns us all and that the European Union has integrated into its political agenda for years, setting itself the goal of a circular economy.

La Triveneta Cavi has also taken up the challenge by choosing to be ever greener: for some cable lines, the introduction of new cardboard packaging to replace the previous plastic packaging has become official. The waste-based composition of the new packaging reaches a total of 70% recycled cardboard.

This important innovation comes as a result of our company’s ever-increasing sensitivity to environmental issues. The ISO 14001 certification recently obtained is a demonstration of this: La Triveneta Cavi wants to pay more and more attention to the impact that its products and processes have on the environment in order to contribute concretely to making the planet “greener”.

The new cardboard barrels that pack LTC cables guarantee strong, safe and practical packaging. The advantages for the customer are very clear: easier cable unwinding, without tangling, and practical handling, thanks to the side holes that act as handles.

TRIFLEX H07RN-F cable from La Triveneta Cavi enlightens the road to Tokyo 2020

Never change a winning team: after the big contract for the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea, the partnership between La Triveneta Cavi and Cleveland Cable (Dubai) has been renewed for the supply of our highly appreciated TRIFLEX H07RN-F, a cable that will be used to “light up” the Tokyo Olympics and bring energy during the competitions.

The prestigious assignment involved around 80km of cable in several cross-sections and formations. TRIFLEX H07RN-F can be used for both indoor and outdoor installations, including mobile laying. It is worth remembering that TRIFLEX H07RN-F is chosen for this type of work as it boasts excellent flexibility and great resistance to abrasion, stripping and tearing.

While the latest news on the CoViD19 emergency is still keeping the organisers in suspense, the Japanese facilities are now ready to show the best of world technology, with an extremely high level of safety, always guaranteed for construction work in this country, so exposed to natural events. 

And it is exactly in unforeseen situations, such as a potential change of dates or location, that the advantage of having chosen our cable, TRIFLEX H07RN-F, which can be re-employed should the games or part of the programme be rearranged again, emerges.

So, the prestigious awards continue for La Triveneta Cavi and for the partners who, from all over the world, choose our electrical cables in works of international significance.

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25 years of AICE – Italian Association of Electrical Cables and Conductors

On Friday 2 July, La Triveneta Cavi celebrated, at the Alfa Romeo Museum in Arese, 25 years of history and achievements of AICE, an association representing companies operating in the field of power cables and accessories, communication cables and conductors for electrical windings, which was established in 1996. 

Representing La Triveneta Cavi was Carlo Randon, Sales Manager, who received a commemorative plate honouring the quarter of a century spent as a leading member of the association. Our company is in fact one of the founding members.

The aim of La Triveneta Cavi and the other members of AICE is to protect the interests and promote the requests of the category through the elaboration of wide-ranging strategies, in order to favour the growth of the industry, the promotion of research and the development of new products and new technologies, the unitary representation of the category at the Italian and European political institutions, at the most important Stakeholders and at the Technical Standardisation and Certification Bodies.

In addition, there has been a constant commitment to promoting the technical and regulatory culture of safety among all operators in the electrical field. In recent years, this mission has taken concrete form in our engagement on the occasion of the entry into force of the Construction Products Regulation, whose application to cables has brought about a momentous change.