Helios Towers Nigeria rebrands to ‘HTN Towers’
- HTN currently operates in 33 of 36 states in Nigeria, with over 1,200 towers and 2,300 tenants.
- The company says it would continue to seek both organic growth and acquisition opportunities to scale up its operations while also exploring
Helios Towers Nigeria announced today, its corporate rebranding to HTN Towers. Led by a highly experienced management team, and with over 200 employees, HTN currently operates in 33 of 36 states in Nigeria. With over 1,200 towers and 2,300 tenants, it is the third largest tower company in the country.
HTN Towers is the name by which the telecoms tower operator is widely known. The company has shown its commitment to remain one of Nigeria’s leading independent tower companies providing comprehensive, market-leading infrastructure solutions to its customers. According to the company, the new name retains all of the values that have made it a trusted and reliable partner. Some of these values include integrity, accountability and best-in-class service.
Chief Executive Officer of HTN Towers, Inder Bajaj, said, “I am delighted to announce our rebranding to HTN Towers, which heralds a new phase in the company’s growth and reflects our pan-African expansion ambitions. We remain committed to providing best-in-class service to our customers in Nigeria and elsewhere as we continue to expand.”
The company said it would continue to seek both organic growth and acquisition opportunities to scale up its operations while also exploring strategic options, including a potential initial public offering. HTN Towers is on a strong growth trajectory, implementing cost optimisation initiatives as it addresses a significant co-location order pipeline and various new tower-build opportunities.
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