The founding of Keila’s plant dates back to 1968 when Keila Kaabel manufacturing plant was established and production of electrical cables in Keila started. In 1992, Nokia Cable acquired 58.8% shares of Keila Kaabel manufacturing plant. In 2003, the ownership rights were transferred to Draka Holding after the acquisition of Nokia Cable. In 2011, Prysmian and Draka merged and gave birth to the cable industry’s leader worldwide. 66 % of Draka Keila Cables belonged to Prysmian Group until 2014, when Prysmian Group finalized the acquisition of the remaining shareholding part.
Here in the Baltics Prysmian Group is mainly focused on the three major product groups: low voltage and special purpose cables, power cables and telecommunication cables. Our goal is to provide the best solutions for transmission of energy and information to our customers. Cable production range is extensive, corresponding to the needs of customers and current standards. Products are certified by internationally recognized certification authorities.