Zamil, the name itself symbolizes as one of the largest suppliers of fabricated steel structures to the Global markets. We manufacture and supply steel tower for telecom industries along with our supplies to other industries like power and Transmission, pre engineered steel structure.

Our towers are supplied to more than 60 countries in the world.

Managed Services

Zamil Infra offers a host of infrastructure services in Telecom sectors for Passive Infra Maintenance, Active Infra maintenance, Fuel Management, Radio Network Planning, 2G Optimization, 3G Optimization & Swapping.

Zamil Infra is proud to have satisfied clients both in the domestic and international market in the telecom sector for Operators like Airtel, Reliance, Tata, DoCoMo, Telia Sonera, Emtel, MTML (Mauritius), Helios Tower (Nigeria), STC, Mobily and Etisalat among others.

Our Experience ranges from Himalayas (Nepal) to Forest (Africa) to Sea (Mauritius) to Deserts (Dubai & Saudi)

Apart of the Telecom, we also offer a host of IT managed services . The IT Managed Services offerings include the activities like

  •   IT Operation
  •   Application Development and Maintenance
  •   Quality Assurance in a Test as a Service model

Field Level Maintenance

  •   Develop own/rented fuel distributor network to deliver fuel at various sites which are regionalized
  •   Each filling is checked and done in presence of a generator technician
  •   In sites with grid connection, the power meter data is collected by the site technicians during regular preventive maintenance visits
  •   Data is collected for calculation of fuel consumptions and raise the alarms ON if any abnormalities
  •   Based on the site information, data various fuel consumption trends are studied
  •   Few critical areas of fuel anti theft tanks have been designed and supplied ┬áto cater the fuel theft problems
  •   Regular independent site audits are conducted
  •   Site Maintenance
  •   System Room
  •   Antenna/Feeder System
  •   Shelter/ BTS Room (Active Units)
  •   Tower System
  •   Infrastructure of Site
  •   Air Conditioning System
  •   Energy System (Passive Units)
  •   Generator
  •   Alarm System Maintenance
  •   Battery Testing
  •   High Temperature Alarm due to AC failure
  •   Smoke Alarm
  •   DG Fault
  •   Power Plant fault
  •   Aviation Light fault
  •   Servo Stabilizer fault
  •   Battery Bank fault
  •   EB neutral fault
  •   AC control panel
  •   Servicing of Indoor/Outdoor units of AC
  •   Refrigerant/Gas filling at the Outdoor units
  •   Checking of Load, Compressor pressures and rectifications
  •   Availability of AC remote at site
  •   Replacements of PCB, fan., etc
Offerings Description Packages offered
DG Fueling DG Fueling for telecom sites to ensure 24*7 Supply, without interruption due to Low Fuel Levels.
  • * Per hour basis
  • * Per Site/Month Basis
DG Maintenance Generator Maintenance for Regular intervals specified by manufacturer e.g. 250,500,1000 hours interval
  • * 250 Hours
  • * 500 hours
  • * 1000 hours

Fiber Network - Services

  •   Routine & daily Route Patrolling : Patrolling is aimed at preventing cable disruptions along the OFC routes daily on fixed stretch
  •   Preventive maintenance : As defined and agreed with the SLA terms
    • Weekly, monthly yearly maintenance as per schedules agreed
  •   Corrective / Breakdown maintenance : As defined and agreed with the SLA terms
    • Various task/activities associated with the maintenance of Backbone Fiber network such as trenching, digging pits, cable works, civil works etc
  •   All fibers are tested for the block sections and reported every month
  •   Any defects in the fiber or in any of the associated equipment is attended in consultation with the customer on - site
  •   Repeater stations and the optical equipment installed for alarms are monitored
  •   Breakdown OFC Maintenance includes 24*7 mobilization of equipment and skilled manpower for fault identification and rectification
  •   Test link attributes like the splice loss/link loss after the rectification of faults are corrected
  •   Deployment of O&M teams to carry out splicing and termination of Optical Fiber Cable