Cablescom’s name has been closely linked with railway infrastructures since its inception. It was back in 1973, only two years after its founding, when Cablescom manufactured the first quad cables for RENFE.
The first long-distance cables in the Spanish railway network date back to the 1960s.
In 1982, RENFE installed the first fibre-optic cables, largely unknown at that time.
On 20th April 1992, coinciding with the Universal Exhibition in Seville, the new train that covered this route was put into service.
Cablescom was the first Spanish company to obtain the homologation of cables destined for Spanish high-speed lines.
To this day, CablesCom continues to be a benchmark in the manufacture of railway cables.