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Construction activity boost for cabling market - Structure Cabling

The continuing strength of the UK construction sector has positive implications for the structured cabling market.

According to the latest Markit/CIPS construction PMI, house building activity increased for the 15th consecutive month in April 2014.

This represents the longest period of continuous growth since 2006-07 - pointing to increased demand for cabling equipment and related accessories.

Activity in the broader construction sector - which also includes commercial property and civil engineering - grew for the 12th month in a row.

This potentially means there was an increase in the number of new business premises requiring structured cabling.

Tim Moore, senior economist at Markit, said construction growth has started to moderate from the rapid pace seen over the winter.

However, he said "strong rises" in new work and payroll numbers provide "ample optimism" that output will expand strongly over the course of 2014.

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