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

How Ganges Internationale gets their high quality rooftops, masts and towers to market quickly

Read this article to learn:

  • How to strike a balance between the cost and volume benefits of standardisation versus the need to customise structures for different locations
  • How Ganges minimise lead time – an example from their support of MTC’s Myanmar rollout
  • The benefits of tubular over angular towers
  • How to minimise the weight of rooftop structures

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,…

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