Sierra Cables hosted a networking event for its clientele during the INCO Exhibition, where the company served as the Bronze Sponsor. The event provided a platform for Sierra Cables and its valued clients to engage in an exchange of insights on the latest industry developments. As a member of the LOLC Group, a prominent conglomerate with a diversified presence in Sri Lanka and globally, Sierra Cables has established itself as a comprehensive supplier of wires and cables catering to residential, commercial, and industrial markets.
Sierra Cables is at the forefront of developing flame-retardant cables for the domestic market, designed to meet upcoming national standards and set to be launched in 2024. The company adheres to British Standards, ensuring three-hour circuit integrity at temperatures up to 950 degrees celsius, making it a leader in the industry. Sierra Cables’ fire-resistant cables are endorsed by the University of Moratuwa and TUV Singapore, and the company has been a part of numerous significant projects nationwide. Recently, Sierra Cables secured a multi-million-dollar order for Sri Lanka’s largest integrated waterfront project, which is owned by JKH.
Sierra Cables demonstrates a commitment to the renewable energy sector with international certifications and a dedicated facility for Solar cables. The company’s hi-tech conductor tinning facility ensures superior corrosion resistance, which is vital for outdoor solar energy generation settings. Sierra’s Photo Voltic cables feature UV and weather resistance, flame retardancy, flexibility, high-temperature resistance, a robust outer sheath, low smoke emission, and halogen-free composition, which are handy in solar energy generation. These attributes align with industry standards, emphasizing safety, performance, and environmental considerations.
Sierra Cables has attained international fame with its high-end manufacturing plants strategically set up in different overseas locations. This global growth has enabled the company to cater widely to its clientele and become firmly entrenched in other Asian countries, Eastern European nations, Australia, North America, and many parts of Africa.