OCK Yangon on Myanmar challenges, Mytel’s impact and power solutions for remote sites
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OCK Yangon on Myanmar challenges, Mytel’s impact and power solutions for remote sites

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The multi-country player offers a market overview and discusses the main difficulties, opportunities and expansion plans in Myanmar and regionally

Last week, TowerXchange visited OCK’s central office in Yangon to find out about the latest activities of the Malaysian infrastructure leader in one of the most promising, dynamic markets for towercos in ASEAN. OCK’s CEO in Yangon, Omer Chappelart, sat down with us and offered a detailed overview of the group’s initiatives in the country, where they aim to continue expanding their footprint and exploring new technologies.

TowerXchange: Back in 2013, OCK Group landed in Myanmar and founded OCK Yangon Private Ltd. Could you summarise the company’s activities and experience since you entered this market?

Omer Chappelart, CEO, OCK Yangon:

Since our entrance in 2013, the group has grown its portfolio to 820 telecom towers and we are continuously rolling out to increase our market share.


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