Recommendation For Outdoor Cable Straight Up 160 Feet To PTZ Camera

We installed several cameras at one of our customer's mining operations a few months ago. One of the cameras was a PTZ on top of one of their buildings on the campus. They're asking us to relocate the camera about 160 feet up to the top of one of their silos. Cable needs to be able to handle its weight, and be outdoor rated. We don't have too much experience with going straight up like this. Looking for some recommendations.

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