Our Story



  • 1981 - 1982

The idea for the Company was conceived in 1981, when Dr. (Engr.) Ajulu Uzodike decided to leave Raychem Corporation, a major international manufacturer of aircraft & military wares and accessories, to set up an indigenous firm to manufacture electrical cables and switchgear assemblies. Adtec Ltd, a venture capital and management firm, which was incorporated in 1978, started the two projects as separate divisions in 1982. Cutix Plc was incorporated on November 4, 1982 as a Private Limited Company, manufacturing electric cables and wires

1981 - 1982

Raising Initial Funds

  • 1983

By mid-1983 some friends and relations of the founder and foundation staff handling the projects were invited to invest in the projects initiated by Adtec Ltd. After the private placement, 18 founding shareholders emerged which took over the business of the cable division of Adtec Ltd, Cutix Ltd with a start-up capital of N400,000.00.

Machinery Programme

  • 1984 - 1986

The Company started production with one extrusion line in 1984 and have been in continuous production with the capacity to produce various cable and wire products. We added a second line in 1985 and by 1986, several wire - processing lines were added to achieve integration par with leading cable makers in Nigeria and elsewhere in the world. All the machines were specified, installed and commissioned by members of Cutix staff which is 100% Nigerian as a deliberate policy. We also incorporated as much locally fabricated parts as we could without lowering the overall quality and efficiency. Our belief in the value of integration is so strong that during the difficult days of import licensing, 1984 – 1986, the Company used the bulk of the licenses obtained to buy machinery for forward and backward integration. 

1984 - 1986
1986 - 1987

Going Public

  • 1986 - 1987

Soon after the economy was liberalized in 1986, the Company went to the capital market, through the Second Tier Security Market, to raise funds. The public issue, which made Cutix PLC the first private company East of the Niger to be quoted on The Nigerian Stock Exchange, was concluded on August 12, 1987. After the public issue, the Company became Cutix PLC.

Public Compounding Line

  • 1992

In 1992 the Company went a step further to become the first cable manufacturer to acquire a plastic compounding line.

2000 - 2007

Expanding our Product Line

  • 2000 - 2007

Between 2000 to 2007, with a view to expanding our product lines and capacity, Cutix PLC installed and commissioned a number of machines, which include LBTS, F13, F-Shaw, Armouring Line, and Cabling machine among others.

New Manufacturing Premises in Nnewi

  • 2009

Cutix PLC started manufacturing at Nnewi in a 1,000KM facility she rented from Adtec Limited. By 2009, we moved all our machinery to her own factory premises and head office at 17 Osita Onyejianya Street, Umuanuka, Otolo, Nnewi. Production now goes on at the new site, which has about 6,000KM covered area while the head office complex stands adjacent to the production plant.  


Become Lead Cable Manufacturing Company in Nigeria

  • 2014

In 2014, Cutix PLC added another feather to her well-decorated cap when she acquired additional 5500km of land where she built and commissioned a new- state-of-the-art factory opposite to the first one and dedicated it to the production of all sizes of amoured/non-amoured cables, XLPE cables, Poly-Ethylene cables and other types of power cables. This singular act positioned Cutix PLC as one of the leading cable manufacturing companies in Nigeria in terms of capacity.   


Cutix Plc is committed to providing exclusive quality wire & cable products and services that meet and satisfy all applicable customers’, regulatory, statutory and other interested parties’ requirements with continual improvement of our quality management system to enhance organisational performance.




Cutix Plc is committed to policies, procedures, regulations and code of practices to enable her provide healthy and safe operating conditions for all employees, visitors and the host community, as well as maintaining high standard of environmental protection.


Boldness  |  Excellence

Innovation  |  Integrity

Openness |  Proactiveness