Saudi telecom company TAWAL has started operations in Pakistan with a telecom infrastructure acquired from a Pakistani operator.
Led by Juan Pablo Sánchez Anzola, TAWAL Pakistan is now a fully licensed tower operator. This marks TAWAL’s first foray outside its home market and is a new step in a global expansion journey.
Anzola is supported by an experienced management team of associates from diverse professional backgrounds. Headquartered in Islamabad TAWAL Pakistan will serve mobile operators and other companies across the Southeast Asian nation.
Accordingly, significant funding will be available to roll out new infrastructure across Pakistan — a country with high demand for mobile network coverage and capacity, as well as the potential for significant improvement of the quality of service provided to the customers.
With Master Services Agreements (MSAs) already in place with all key mobile network telecommunications operators in Pakistan, TAWAL is well-positioned to deliver the quality of support TAWAL is renowned for in the Middle East.
Emmanuel Léonard, Chief International Officer said “We are delighted to launch our first operation outside Saudi Arabia. We plan to offer access to our world-class services to all mobile operators across Pakistan.”
“Today starts an exciting chapter for us — one which underlines our ambition of becoming a global player in the telecommunications infrastructure space,” he added.