Global PoleTrusion Group Corp. Announces New Advisory Committee Member

Miami, Florida, September 1, 2021 – Global PoleTrusion Group Corp. (OTC PINK: GPGC) is pleased to announce that Paul Enright has joined its Advisory Committee.

Paul has lived and worked in East Africa for 30 years. His experience includes project management, access negotiations, crisis management, security protection systems, physical risk evaluations, and risk project management.

Paul has worked with the international humanitarian organization Concern, the United Nations World Food Programme in South Sudan and Somalia, and the United Nations Development Programme in Somaliland. In 2003, he started his own business offering risk and crisis management for international organizations working in complex and conflicted environments. Through his company, he has been awarded contracts with various United Nations agencies, the US State Department, international NGOs and private companies.

With his extensive experience, Paul will provide valuable knowledge and guidance to GPGC’s team as it begins its operations in East Africa.

GPGC’s composite utility poles have been approved for certification by the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS), a governmental agency that provides standards, metrology and conformity assessment services. This will allow the company to manufacture, sell and export its composite utility poles throughout East Africa.

 

About Global PoleTrusion Group Corp.
GPGC is an engineering firm that fulfills the needs of telecommunications and utility companies, providing composite poles, towers and renewable energy solutions. Their composite structures outperform their steel, wood and concrete counterparts as they are stronger, lighter, easier to install and environmentally safe. With its advanced engineering and manufacturing capabilities, GPGC is at the forefront of providing creative and effective solutions to address the needs of utility companies around the world.

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