EEC Group positioning itself to partner towercos in Egypt

Integrated manufacturer, turnkey construction and O&M service provider brings local knowledge and has Egyptian infrastructure leasing license

Read this article to learn:

  • How the need to stablise opex and capex, and the changes in Egyptian society, are driving infrastructure sharing
  • The progress of operator-led joint venture and tower acquisition and leaseback discussions
  • EEC Group’s pilot project to build independent towers
  • The prospects for build-to-suite contracts to replace operators’ own rollouts
  • The criticality of building local knowledge and relationships with local stakeholders

EEC Group (Engineering Enterprises for Civil & Steel Constructions SAE) is a family business established in 1977 as a construction company. EEC moved into the manufacture of steel structures and towers in 1983, and they have been a passive infrastructure turnkey subcontractor since 1996 with Vodafone Egypt and Algeria’s Djezzy among their first clients. EEC…

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