Mobile towers play a crucial role in today’s society, providing the infrastructure for wireless communication. At Solaris Technologies Services, we understand the importance of these towers and strive to provide the highest quality and safest products to our customers. As a member of the National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE), we hold ourselves to the highest safety standards in the industry.
What is NATE?
NATE, the National Association of Tower Erectors, is the premier organization for tower erection, service, and maintenance companies. Founded in 1995, the organization has grown to over 800 member companies, representing more than 10,000 individuals in the wireless infrastructure industry. NATE member companies are committed to safety, quality, and excellence in their work.
Solaris’ Commitment to Safety
At Solaris Technologies Services, we take our commitment to safety very seriously. As a member of NATE, we adhere to the organization’s safety standards and guidelines, ensuring that our products and services meet the highest level of safety. This means that our customers can trust that our mobile towers are built to the highest standards of safety and quality.
NATE Unite Trade Show
Solaris Technologies Services will participate in the upcoming NATE Unite trade show in Orlando, Florida, from February 20-23. We will be at Booth #234, showcasing our 60ft Mini Mobile Tower. We will also be offering a special promotion of $1000 off all tower orders placed at the show. Stop by our booth to learn about our products and enter to win an Apple Watch.
At Solaris Technologies Services, we are committed to providing the highest quality and safest mobile towers on the market. As a member of NATE, we hold ourselves to the highest safety standards in the industry. We hope to see you at the NATE Unite trade show in Orlando, where you can see our products firsthand and take advantage of our special promotions. Want to learn more about our mobile towers? Check out our blog today.
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