EUPEN Cable Inc. Revises Pricing on Corrugated Copper Cable Line

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EUPEN Cable Inc. has announced a change in the pricing structure of its premiere line of cable, connectors and jumper assemblies. This increase in pricing is in response to sustained increases in material costs for the products used to produce cable

EUPEN Cable Inc. has announced a change in the pricing structure of its premiere line of cable, connectors and jumper assemblies. This increase in pricing is in response to sustained increases in material costs for the products used to produce cable.

Effective January 1, 2005 the list price structure for these products will increase approximately 6%. EUPEN will not amend any contract pricing currently in place and will honor all quotes and agreements prior to this date. The cost of copper has risen steadily over the last 12 months, and with commodity prices still on the rise, we do not have high expectations for price decreases in the coming year.

“ EUPEN continues to improve manufacturing processes and our growing global market share allows us to leverage our buying capability in our efforts to deliver quality products at competitive prices. However, the rising cost of our raw materials, specifically copper and PE, necessitates this minimal increase in our list price,” said Charlie Roper, President of EUPEN Cable USA.

For further information regarding pricing structures please contact your Regional Sales Manager, call EUPEN at 800-419-5100 or visit our website at http://www.eupen.us.

About EUPEN:

EUPEN Cable Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Kabelwerk EUPEN AG.

EUPEN offers a complete line of premiere cable products, connectors, jumpers, cable accessories, grounding and site steel components. We have sales and distribution centers located in the US, Mexico and Canada. The business philosophy of EUPEN Cable USA is based on a long history of exemplary service to the customer and the supply of quality.

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