GSM TP on how to adapt tower design and packaging to the unique challenges of deployment in Myanmar

GSM Telecom Products take us from import challenges to hand-carrying components to remote cell sites in Myanmar

Read this article to learn:

  • The size of the opportunity in Myanmar and the timescales for deployment
  • What you need to know about customs and importing towers into Myanmar
  • The importance of helping local contractors with the challenges of transporting and installing towers
  • Adapting foundations to the challenging of rolling out during the rainy season
  • Using modular designs to enable maintenance of flexible inventory while still meeting the requirements of Ooredoo, Telenor and MPT

Myanmar needs 10,000 towers – maybe more. And Myanmar needs towers fast! However, importing towers into Myanmar is not easy, and inland logistics are a huge challenge in the context of the country’s under-developed transport network. This all adds up to a tremendous opportunity and a tremendous challenge for telecom tower manufacturers. TowerXchange first spoke…

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