Latest News

  • Rail Cables Debut in Cabling Catalogue

    Oct 16, 2012

    Issue 9 of ‘The Little Red Book’ from FS Cables features a dedicated rail cabling section detailing a range of signalling, high and medium voltage power, trackside telecoms and rolling stock cables. Many products listed are available in Low Smoke Haloge

  • Q&A With Marketing Departments Owen Dale

    Oct 16, 2012

    Q: What’s the role of the Marketing Department at FS Cables? We’re here to make sure the customers’ needs are being met and ensuring they have access to reliable, concise technical information.

  • Feedback

    Oct 15, 2012

    A big thank you to those who left us comments on the reply card for the winter edition of this newsletter. We had an overwhelmingly positive response and were delighted to read your feedback, please keep it coming. Trying to incorporate some of your sugg

  • Issue 10 of The Little Red Book Released

    Oct 15, 2012

    Issue 10 of the FS Cables cabling guide ‘The Little Red Book’ is out now. Extended to 176 pages and increased in size to A5, a host of new products and updated technical tables are included.

  • Little Red Book Issue 9

    Oct 09, 2012

    As we go to press, the finishing touches are being made to issue 9 of ‘The Little Red Book’. Expanded to 128 pages a whole host of products are now included. With details of many popular yet sometimes seen as specialist cables, ‘The Little Red Book’ has

  • Issue 9 of 'The Little Red Book'

    Oct 05, 2012

    Get your free copy for a chance to win an LED flashlight Issue 9 of ‘The Little Red Book’ is now available. Expanded to 128 pages, a whole host of new products are included this time in response to your feedback.

  • Little Red Book Issue 10 - Digital Edition Out Now

    Oct 05, 2012

    FS Cables cabling guide 'The Little Red Book’ is now available online. The digital version has been optimised for viewing on both your desktop or mobile device.

  • The Little Red Book - Now available on CD

    Sep 28, 2012

    The CD version of the Little Red Book is proving to be very popular. More and more customers are asking to receive it in this format rather than in print. The main advantage of the CD is it can be easily copied onto a work computer or a laptop if taken