August 7 - CEA Projects in Myanmar is now operating three warehouses 24 hours a day to meet the demand for its new telecommunications contracts.
Within the next three years, CEA will facilitate the implementation of 4,800 telecommunications towers, with the promise of a further 500. Since Myanmar intends to install 17,000 towers throughout the country, CEA claims that it will have a 28 percent share of the tower operations.
Each tower consists of four or five different sections, and weigh between 9 and 15 tonnes, with the tallest unit reaching a height of 57 m.
To meet demand, CEA's Thilawar warehouse, which is located in the Special Thilawar Economic Zone, will operate seven days a week and receive cargo from the local MITT port.
CEA's team at the Thilawar warehouse will not only receive cargo, but handle the cargo inventory, cargo consolidation, dispatch and transportation. The company currently owns over 100 trucks, with flatbed trailers, which will be used to deliver the towers countrywide.
CEA Projects is a member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN) in Myanmar.