Shanghai Kuka Special Cable Co., Ltd.




This supplier is exhibiting at Intersolar Europe.

Product Groups

  • PV components (cables, connectors, junction boxes, etc.)

Contact Information

+86 18317109559
Shanghai Kuka Special Cable Co., Ltd.
Building 13,No.5878 Nanting Road,Tinglin Town, Jinshan District
201505 Shanghai, China
Individual company presentation

Shanghai Kuka Special Cable Co., Ltd, located in Jinshan District, Shanghai, is a company specializing in the production and processing of wires and cables.

Established in 2012, the company covers an area of 100,000 square meters, with fixed assets of over one hundred million yuan and more than 50 sets of advanced production and measurement equipment. With strong technical capabilities and perfect testing methods, KUKACABLE has an annual production capacity of over 20 million kilometers.

Currently, the company has over 100 employees, including more than 20 senior technical personnel. KUKACABLE strictly controls every process from raw materials to finished product packaging, from product to service, to ensure that the products meet standard requirements and customer needs.

KUKACABLE mainly deals with photovoltaic products, including photovoltaic cables, connectors, medium and high voltage cables, and miniature inverter power lines used in photovoltaic installation projects. It can also design and produce other special cables according to customer requirements, such as ROV tether cables and tether drones. The company has passed ISO 9000 quality system certification, and its products comply with multiple certification standards such as TUV, CE, SAA, and IEC.

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