Atlas Tower continues to distinguish itself in South Africa

In June 2020 Atlas Tower built their 1,000th South African site while also expanding in Kenya and responding to COVID-19

Read this article to learn:

  • How Atlas Tower differentiates itself in South Africa
  • How Atlas Tower reached 1,000 sites
  • New sites and new business partner in Kenya
  • How Atlas Tower responded to COVID-19

COVID-19 has caused a temporary slowing in Atlas Tower’s continued growth, but the disruption will soon be behind them with the inauguration of their 1,000th site. Atlas Tower differentiates itself from South Africa’s two other major towercos American Tower and Helios Towers through staying committed to their core competency, ‘rapid tower development.’ In this interview,…

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