Top Cable is one of the main European electric cable manufacturers. They manufacture a wide spectrum of electric cables ranging from control cables for specialized applications to larger power cables for medium voltage applications in various industries. The company supplies cables for construction projects, railway, mining, marine, aeronautical, OEM’s, renewable energies, and electric vehicle infrastructure. Top Cable supplies high-quality, cost-effective cables with good after-sale services. As a familiar group company, Top Cable believes in the compatibility of economic, social, and ecological aspects and are committed to acting responsibly along their entire value chain. Interview with Jesus Vidorreta, Export Manager at Top Cable. Easy Engineering: What are the main areas of activity of the company? Jesus Vidorreta: Low Voltage Cables and Medium Voltage Cables E.E: What are the ranges of products? J.V: Ac and Dc SystemsAluminium CablesArmoured CablesControl CablesElectric Panel WiringElectric vehicle infrastructure cablesFire Resistant CablesInstrumentation CablesLSZH Safety CablesMarine CablesMedium Voltage CablesPower CablesRubber CablesSolar CablesSpecial Cables E.E: At what stage is the market where you are currently active? J.V: We manufacture cables for active markets such as: Electronics and Electricity, Energy and Resources, Infrastructures and Construction, Machinery and Equipment and Smart Cities. E.E: What can you tell us about market trends? J.V: The global cables market size was estimated at USD 183.14 billion in 2021. An increase of the energy demand in commercial, industrial, and residential sectors drives the growth of low voltage cables, together with the continuous growth of renewable energy sources, and the from automotive and non-automotive industries. Jesus Vidorreta, Export Manager at Top Cable E.E: What are the most innovative products marketed? J.V: Undoubtedly, renewable energy cables, and cables for electric vehicle infrastructures. E.E: What estimations do you have for 2022? J.V: According to the World Bank’s latest Global Economic Prospects report, Global growth is expected to slump from 5.7 percent in 2021 to 2.9 percent in 2022, because of the damage from the pandemic, Ukraine war, supply-chain disruptions and copper price oscillations.