AllForSite, the international telecom equipment supplier, announced today the signing of a distribution agreement with Obsta, leader in the market of obstacle warning lights. With this partnership, AllForSite intends to pursue its strategy of developing partnerships with the best equipment manufacturers in the market.
By doing so, AllForSite customers, mainly mobile operators and radio equipment vendors, will benefit from the large and high quality products offer, coupled with the company experience in supply chain management.
Obsta’s obstacle warning lights are renown in the market due to the constant research and development for products that are at the top of technology. These products are essential for all telecom sites for security reasons. Any object that could represent a hazard for low-flying aircraft must be marked by beacon lights. Therefore, Obsta has developed original lightning techniques complying with regulations in force. The cold-cathode rare gas (also known as neon) is used as basic component to develop a complete range of low intensity beacons. This characteristic makes the beacons more durable and resistant to hard climatic conditions, especially important for AllForSite’s customers in Asia and Africa.
Olivier Bourrain is very optimistic about the “win-win situation”. “AllForSite has chosen Obsta because of its capacity of developing high performance equipment. Obsta has chosen AllForSite because of its extended network and for the new distribution opportunities’ he concludes.
Allforsite supplies telecom infrastructure products (towers, shelters, coaxial cables and connectors, antennas systems, cable support and fixations…Andrew, Kathrein, RFS, Roxtec, 3M, Anritsu, Eupen, etc.), and provides telecom-oriented logistics services.
It is a name trusted and relied upon for worldwide on-time deliveries of site-building materials at the lowest overall costs. Allforsite’ s customers base includes many of the world’s largest wireless networks operators and radio equipment vendors, and is spread out over Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia.