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In the natural resources industry, workers can operate in some of the harshest and rugged conditions out there from torrential rain, to dry heat, and rugged terrain. Accès Communications has a full line of rugged professional 2-way radios that can take a beating and keep on performing at a quality level. Our Motorola two-way radios are some of the best radios on the market from Analogue Professional to Digital Waterproof Professional. We can make sure your radio fleet is fully operational for the entire season.
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The forestry and mining industry involves specialized operations that may require multiple features when it comes to radio communication. This includes GPS tracking services, digital networks, telemetry, event logging, and more. Accès Communications has years of experience in the industry and regularly works with forestry and mining operations. We have become the leading business in this industry, thanks to our professionalism, customer service, and an inventory of over 16,000 radios.
At Accès Communication, we understand that our clients’ urgent requests are important, requiring quick and effective service, within tight timelines.
The oil and gas industry has specific needs, including explosion-proof equipment, such as intrinsically safe radios. Two intrinsic standards are used: UL and CSA (Canadian Standards Association).
A more flexible approach is also required when providing radio communication for businesses in the oil and gas industry. Massive needs for mobile or portable communication devices can be a significant challenge during planned shutdowns for maintenance. This is why our many years of expertise in the industry are a significant asset. With an extensive inventory of mobile and portable two-way Motorola radios available to rent, we can respond to all your requests, no matter how often you use them and no matter what technology you are operating.
Accès Communications understands that industrial communication requires attention to detail and a solid understanding of rugged, high-performance equipment.