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Focused on Canadian tower industry worker safety

Gap Wireless, a distributor of products and services for the mobile broadband and wireless markets, is the full conference sponsor of the Structure, Tower and Antenna Council (STAC) 3rd annual conference and exhibition STAC 2018 being held in Calgary April 17-18.

STAC is a non-profit council of the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association, dedicated to ensuring that communications antennas in Canada are constructed with top consideration for worker safety.

“Gap Wireless is delighted to sponsor this event which brings together members of the communications and tower industry to share latest technology innovations and discuss safety issues affecting the Canadian Tower and Oil and Gas industries,” said Glenn Poulos, VP and general manager at Gap Wireless. “We will also be participating in the STAC exhibition, showcasing products and solutions from our vendor partners ranging from drones used in tower inspection, to Test and Measurement tools used to gauge transmission strength.”


Gap Wireless vendor partners to be featured in the company’s exhibit space at STAC 2018 will include: America Ilsintech; CCI; DJI Enterprise; FLIR; Keysight Technologies; Klein Tools; Matsing; RFS (Radio Frequency Systems); Ripley Tools; T3; VeEX; and Wavecontrol.

Headquartered in Mississauga, Gap Wireless has established a presence in Calgary with an 8,000 square foot warehouse supporting the company’s distribution business in Western Canada. The warehouse, located in close proximity to the Calgary airport, stocks the full range of Gap Wireless partner vendor products. The company will host customers at a Grand Opening event at the Calgary warehouse on April 16th.

Those expected to attend STAC include wireless carriers, broadcasters, engineers, contractors, manufacturers, safety equipment suppliers and trainers.


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