Markoja brings wooden structured telecommunication towers to Croatia

January 26, 2021

There are millions of telecommunication towers under construction or replacement worldwide and it is increasingly important to consider CO2 emissions in this sector. Wood is a responsible and sustainable choice as a building material for telecommunication support structures.

Therefore, Markoja, in cooperation with company Ecotelligent Ltd. from Finland, brings to Croatia wooden structured telecommunication towers and intelligent poles as a natural alternatives and low-carbon solutions for the visible technologies in the field of telecommunication.

The communication towers are built using laminated wooden elements, thus significantly reducing the CO2 emissions of building the towers and making the landscape more pleasant for people.

Key features:

  • Aesthetic design;
  • Using laminated wood;
  • Self-supporting structure;
  • Capability of hosting antennas up to 4 mobile operators;
  • Low carbon footprint and CO2 sink.

Wooden structured telecommunication towers and poles come in various options and sizes.

For more information on EcoTelligent, please visit:

Markoja d.o.o.

Founded in 1994, Markoja d.o.o. is integrating advanced technologies and offering complex
communication solutions, continuously expanding the portfolio according to the market trends and
customer requirements. Company is focused in three main areas: Network Infrastructure and
Measurement Equipment, Radiofrequency Equipment and Solutions and Automation and Energy Management.