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  • Feb.

    2003

    Infrastructure - Industry - Building

    Global expert in cables & cabling systems

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    creation of Socit Franaise des Cbles Electriques

    changes name: Compagnie Gnrale des Cbles de Lyon

    merger with Compagnie Gnrale dElectricit

    Socit Industrielle des Tlphones, Thomson-Jeumont Cbles, Kabelmetal Elektro (Germany), Berk Tek (United States), Daesung (South Korea), etc.

    became part of Alcatel and changed name from Cbles de Lyon to Alcatel Cable

    creation of Nexans

    first listing on Euronext (Paris)

    More than 100 years of experience

    The only player on the market with a century-long history

    1897

    1917

    1925

    Acquisitions

    1986

    2000

    2001

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    Some key figures

    Electrical Wires26%

    Telecommunications 14%

    Energy52%

    Distribution & Others

    8%

    * 2002 pro forma sales at current copper price

    Europe68%

    Rest of World12%

    North America20%

    Total sales by activity* Total sales by destination*

    Total sales* (2002): EUR 4,302 million

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    Solid financial basis

    Total sales:Operating profit:Operating profit margin:Net income:Net assets:Gearing:

    4,30256

    1.4%(40)9915%

    * 2002 pro forma sales at current copper price

    2002: Key figures (in million Euro)

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    Shareholders' structure

    Listed on Euronext since June 2001

    Breakdown of shareholders :

    France : 29%Other Europe : 16%North America : 17%

    France : 29%Other Europe : 16%North America : 17%

    62%4%

    15%

    11%8%

    Unidentified

    Alcatel

    Individualshareholders

    Treasury stock

    InstitutionalShareholders- France : 29%- Other Europe : 16%- North America : 17%

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    A global organization

    Human Human ResourcesResources

    StrategicStrategicOperationsOperations FinanceFinance

    CommunicationsCommunications

    ENERGYENERGY TELECOMTELECOMELECTRICALELECTRICAL

    WIRESWIRES

    General Market Energy Networks Industrial Applications High Voltage Automotive Components

    Cable Networks Electronic & Datacom Cabling Systems

    Winding Wires Rod & Bare Wires

    Chairman & CEOChairman & CEOGrardGrard HauserHauser

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    Global expertise: one core business

    Fully integrated production capability, from raw materials to finished goods

    A complete range of Energy, Telecom and Electrical Wire solutions

    Expertise in copper and fiber optic technologies

    To address the Infrastructure, Industry and Building

    markets worldwide

    Cables & cabling systems

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    Global expertise

    A wide range of cables, systems and services

    Telecom Energy Electrical wire

    Telecom cables :

    copper, fiber & hybrid

    long haul, metropolitan, access networks

    right of ways

    Interconnect solutions

    LAN cables and cabling systems

    Electronic cables

    Datacom solutions

    Special cables

    Transmission & Distribution cables and accessories

    HV, MV, LV

    buried, submarine, aerial

    Equipment cables

    Energy special cables

    Harnesses

    Rods & bare wires

    Conductors

    Winding wires

    To address well defined market segments

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    Global expertise

    Industry

    Telecom equipment

    Car & car equipment

    Aircraft & aircraft equipment

    Ship builders

    Rolling stock

    Oil & Gas

    Industrial OEM

    A complete range dedicated to each market segment

    Market segment evolution is the drive for cable development

    Infrastructure

    Telecom operators

    Power utilities

    Railway operators

    Motorway companies

    Building

    Engineering, installation & distribution

    Large international companies

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    Example: Energy networks

    Electricalpowerplant

    Submarine energy cables

    Equipment & special cables

    LV insulated overhead

    cablesMV/LV

    HV/MVUnderground

    MV Cables

    LV underground cables

    OverheadHV cables

    OPGW

    ADSS

    OverheadHV cables

    Underground HV Cables

    Laying vessel

    Underground MV Cables

    Overhead HV cables

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    Example: Telecom networks

    ROW* Rivers and waterways

    Interconnect hardware

    Metropolitan cables

    Long haul cables

    Cellular antennas and systems

    Submarinenetworks ROW* Gas linesFresh water

    ROW* Power lines OPGW/ADSS cables

    Long haul cables

    Local area networks:

    cabling solutions

    and component

    s

    Fiber in the loop

    ROW* Highways

    ROW* Railways Underground and aerial cables

    ROW*: Right of ways

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    Example: a car

    Special cablesfor heated seats,windows,

    Special cablesfor ABS systems

    POF cablesfor multimediaapplications

    Winding wiresfor small motors Precision cables

    for sensors used forairbags, brake pads,

    Winding wires forelectronic coils used inmany instruments such asdials for speed and fuel

    Coaxial cables forcommunication & navigationsystems Magnebond wires used in

    various motor components

    Automotive harnessesthat link information andPower supply systems

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    Example: Smart Buildings

    Copper & Fiber LAN

    Multimedia

    IndustrialLAN

    Elevatorcables

    High Voltage cables for

    power distribution

    Ballasts for lamps

    Low Voltage Wires for HVAC

    AV surveillance cables Cables for

    Fire security MVcabinet Rubber

    cablesProcesscontrol

    MV power cables

    Alarm wires for burglar alarm

    Heatingcables

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    Example: shipbuilding

    Optical Fiberto connect antennas todistribution networks

    High and Low Voltage energy cables for propulsion and power distribution

    Thin-wall LV cables to provide energy to equipment, conveniences, cabins,

    Coaxial cables & Cat7 solutions for entertainment and internet services

    Instrumentation & Control cables to carry technical information

    Winding wires for motors, generators, compressors,

    Telephone cables

    LV energycables for lighting

    Hybrid energy & data cables forsurveillance cameras and informationtransmission

    Maritime LAN cablesfor telecommunicationand passenger videoservice and entertainment

    Sensor measurement and fieldbuscables for hydraulic systems, motors and rudder control

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    Global expertise

    Cables at the core of daily life

    50 meters of ultrafine wire in the motor of a watch

    5 to 10 km of cables to equip a car

    650 km of cables in advanced civil aircrafts

    1000 to 1500 km of cables to equip oil platforms

    2500 km of cables to equip the world's largest cruise ship

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    Global presence

    Industrial presence in 28 countries

    Commercial activities in 65 countries

    17,150 local experts

    Proximity with the customer

    International experience

    Full mastery of national & international standards

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    Global performance

    In industry

    In technology

    Fully integrated production: from raw materials to finished goods

    Application of highest ISO standards in the production process

    Continuous Improvement Programs (Program+,)

    Leading edge innovations

    GG45 for Cat 7 LAN performance

    Superconductors

    Safety: halogen-free, fire performance cables (resistant up to 1,000C)

    Environment: lead-free cables, recycling,

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    Global performance

    Customer's confidence puts Nexans in leading positions

    In achievements

    Deepest submarine cable installed: 2,300 m deep

    Longest umbilical: 125 km of continuous cable

    Installation of heaviest cable: 123 kg per meter

    Finest wire ultrafine wire, 12 micron diameter

    Highest capacity power cable: 550,000 Volts

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    Sales 2001 (by geography)

    Leading positions based on customer confidence

    Sumitomo

    Nexans

    Pirelli C&S

    Corning OF & Cable

    Draka

    Superior Telecom

    General Cable

    Avaya C.S.

    Belden

    CDT

    Europe North America Rest of World

    Notes :- CY2001, except for Avaya & CDT (FY2001), geographical

    split for Corning not know at time of edit- current copper price

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    A leader in each business

    N1 worldwide for submarine power cables

    N1 European for telecom network copper cables

    N2 worldwide for power cables

    N2 European for high voltage and medium voltage power accessories

    N1 worldwide for winding wires

    N1 European for wirerod

    N1 European for data transmission special cables

    N1 European for bare wires

    N1 European for equipment cables

    N2 worldwide for LAN cables

    Infrastructure

    Industry

    Building

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    Building the future - Innovation

    One International Research Center

    10 Competence Centers

    450 researchers, engineers and technicians

    550 patent families

    Leading position in advanced technologies

    High data transmission capacity

    Insulation material

    Plastic Optical Fiber

    Superconductors

    Etc.

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    Reliable partner - Innovation

    Telecom Components Bezons (France)

    High Voltage cables & extruded isolation Calais (France)

    Winding Wires Chauny (France)

    Copper, aluminium & alloy metallurgy Lens (France)

    Cabling Systems Brussels (Belgium)

    Accessories for energy cables Erembodegem (Belgium)

    Superconductors Hrth (Germany)

    Polymers Nuremberg (Germany)

    High Voltage submarine cables Halden (Norway)

    LAN cables New Holland (USA)

    One Research Center (Lyon, France) + 10 Competence Centers:

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    Reliable partner - Innovation

    Development of new products through long-term partnerships with customers

    Energy

    High-temperature superconductors

    High Voltage cable insulating techniques

    Flame-retardant polymers

    New polymers

    Electrical Wires

    New protective varnishes for winding wires

    Telecom

    Increased data transmission capacities

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    Reliable partner - Quality & Service

    Operations under highest ISO standards

    Logistic centers on all continents

    Tailored solutions: customized shielding, pre-determined lengths, pre-processing of cables,

    Online e-service catalogue

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    Confidence - Customers

    Infrastructure BuildingIndustryRTE / EDF (France)Enel (Italy)EON (Germany)Electrabel (Belgium)DEH (Grce)RWE (Germany)Salt River Project (USA)Reliant Energy (USA)Prepa (Porto Rico)Hydro (Qubec)KEPCO (Korea)Telefonica (Spain)France Telecom (France)Belgacom (Belgium)Cable & Wireless (USA)SNCF (France)Nuclearelectrica (Romania)

    Airbus (France)Boeing (USA)BMW (Germany)Valeo (France)Faurecia (France)Ryosei (Japan)Grundfoss (Denmark)Bosch (Germany)Danfoss (Denmark)Alstom (France)Technip (France)Siemens (Germany)Ericsson (Sweden)Nokia (Sweden)Alcatel (France)Bombardier (USA)Thomson (France)

    Sonepar (France)Anixter (USA, Europe)Graybar (USA)Rexel (France)IED (Canada)Kelverdeck (GB)Cegelec (France)GTI (Europe)EGR Gruppe (Germany)Houston Wire (USA)EM (Switzerland)Grafton (Canada)Com Cavi (Italy)Castorama (France)Idee (The Netherlands)Imelco (Germany)

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    Global expert in cables and cabling

    systems

    Thank you for your attention

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