SHIPPING CONTAINER TOWERS
World leader in tower innovation and reliability in mobile tower design. Never a tower failure in the history of the company of a deployed engineered tower. Super lift ability up to 2500lbs and the highest wind survivability exceeding any lattice steel telescopic structure. No guy wires required at any elevation to a maximum wind-load and design wind velocity
“CR” (CONTAINER READY) mobile towers models fit in 40′ standard container
“CRS” (CONTAINER READY SHORT) towers fit into 20′ standard ISO containers
All CR units are equipped with manual backup for both tower tilt, erection and retraction with full load
CERTIFIED SERVICE DISABLED VETERAN OWNED SMALL BUSINESS “SDVOSB” | MANUFACTURING PLANT HUB ZONE | MINORITY OWNED COMPANY | NATE MEMBER | SBA CERTIFIED SMALL DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS
Facility AWS D1.1 Certified, and 100% US Certified Welders welding to AWS, Certified 100% (AWS) D1.1 independent contractor inspected before leaving our facility. Towers are 100% hot dipped galvanized finished to EN ISO 1461/ASTM A123/CSA G164 and ANSI/EIA-TIA-222 G, per section 107 and CSA S37 standards. Steel is ASTM A500, grade B/C. All products manufactured are Engineered and warranted. We have become the finest manufacturer of Gin Poles, Portable Towers, Climber Training Towers, Oil and Gas Flare Towers and Portable Shelters in the Americas, thanks to team efforts and most important our customer support. “Service disabled veteran owned company built in America by Americans.” Minority owner and plant located in HUB zone. Support our efforts as we support your freedom.
Landa Mobile Systems LLC supports and is in compliance affirmative action obligations on behalf of minorities, women, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities. Landa Mobile Systems, LLC complies fully with Executive Order 11246 and the applicable regulations of 41 CFR Part 60-1,-2; Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act and the applicable regulations contained in 41 C.F.R. 60-741; as well as the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act and the applicable regulations contained in 41 C.F.R. 60-300.