About Us

Company Background


Utama Cables Sdn Bhd was incorporated on July 2001, situated at the Pandan Industrial Estate, Johor Bahru, Johor. As the volume of the business advanced further, the company aim at the expansion of the business, subsequently bought over the existing piece of the industrial land cum the existing factory lot with a total area of approx. 2 hectares on the year 2006 in Malacca. The office and the factory was then relocated on January, 2007.

Our Products

Utama Cables Sdn Bhd manufactures and markets a totally integrated line of Low Voltage of Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) and Cross-Linked Polyethylene (XLPE) cables suitable for a wide variety of application in building, construction, factory, house, and home locally and globally.

Our cables are manufactured to meet the stringent standards of quality, performance and functionality, with the ultimate goal of customer’s satisfaction. Our range of products include CU/AL XLPE / PVC sheathed cables, CU/AL XLPE / SWA / PVC amoured cables, CU/AL XLPE / AWA / PVC armoured cables, and CU PVC / SWA / PVC multi cores armoured cables.

International Standards

It has long been capital invested by the company to upgrade and purchasing of new, advanced and sophiscated machinery in order to enhance our productions to meet up with the relevant authority’s respective standards.

Our specifications are complied to British Standards (BS), Malaysian Standard (MS), and International Electro-Technical Commission (IEC). Our products has seek the approvals from the authority like SIRIM QAS International (SIRIM), Suruhanjaya Tenaga (ST) and Jabatan Kerja Raya (JKR). Subsequent and special tests can also be arranged outside Malaysia like PSB Corporation of Singapore.

Our factory is most strategically located in Merlimau Industrial Estate, Malacca linked by expressways to market centers and ports around the country for prompt delivery and overseas shipments. Our overseas markets so far are Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, Maldives, Philippines, and some African Countries.
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