Ganges on best practices in tower design, manufacture and delivery logistics
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Ganges on best practices in tower design, manufacture and delivery logistics


How Ganges Internationale gets their <strong>high</strong> quality rooftops, masts and towers to market quickly

Ganges Internationale is one of the largest tower manufacturers in India with 4000MT/month capacity, which equates to approximately 600 towers per month. They provide both tubular and angular towers for telecom, as well as power transmission, substation and solar structures. Ganges has already supplied more than 45,000 towers in more than 30 countries in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Ganges products range from 3mtr poles to 120mtr heavy duty MSC towers, site fencing, earthing materials, aviation lights, cable and paint materials.

TowerXchange: How should MNOs and towercos strike a balance between the cost and volume benefits of standardisation versus the needs to customise structures for different environments and wind loading?

Bhaskar Babu, Head – Telecom and Structures, Ganges Internationale:

For larger towercos standardised towers are the best option so that they can keep minimum records and have a back up plan to move towers or strengthen the towers or foundation whenever additional capacity is needed in future.


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