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Trylon TSF Inc. - 2 Years No Lost Time Achieved
Elmira, ON – We are pleased to announce that effective May 3, 2016, Trylon’s direct manufacturing business unit has achieved 2 years, or over 200,000 hours worked, without a lost time accident. This accomplishment was realized due to the commitment to safety from all our employees and our joint health and safety committee.
Trylon’s manufacturing Managers, Supervisors and Human Resources share in this success through the support, promotion and training of safety in the workplace.
Congratulations to our manufacturing team!
Trylon attains COR Certification
To facilitate the continuous improvement of work safety and safe work practices, Trylon is pleased to announce that our Alberta Operations have successfully attained one of the most stringent workplace safety accreditations in the construction industry, COR Certification. Accreditation to these high safety COR standards creates a culture of proactive workplace health and safety, reduces the risk and costs associated with workplace incidents, and qualifies Trylon for future diversified opportunities.
Trylon SRL (Romania) and Argus Gmbh; a leading supplier of lighting and equipment to the renewable energy market establish a partnership which includes sales, installation and services activities provided for the Southern and Eastern European market.
Trylon attends Futurecom 2012 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil with Kerax
From October 8–11, 2012 Trylon attended Futurecom 2012.
Trylon was at the Kerax Telecoms booth (E2) for the duration of the event.
Waskaganish Community Radio Services
New Trylon tower to provide a powerful reach for Waskaganish Community Radio Services in Southern James Bay Region.
The Discovery Channel Daily Planet
The Discovery Channel featured Trylon's innovative new Mono–pine recently in a story about Bell Canada's cottage country network expansion.
Bell Canada erecting cellphone towers disguised as trees in cottage country
They may look like white pines on steroids, but they're actually Bell Canada towers.
The telecommunications company plans to disguise the towers it erects in cottage country to look like trees so they don't stick out like a sore thumb.
Packaging Change Yields Substantial Cost and Environmental Benefits
Trylon has recently introduced new packaging for their SuperTitan towers. The new packaging provides customers with lower freight costs and onsite waste, and improved protection against missing parts. The concept for the packaging was developed with a focus on reducing packaging size and waste, as well as streamlining the procedure of packing and unpacking the tower.
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At Trylon, we thrive on innovation. No one is more experienced in the business of innovative telecommunications solutions.
Trylon has been designing and fabricating quality steel towers for more than 80 years. Over that time, we have earned a reputation for efficient design and high–quality manufacturing.