Member of a Strong Network: Hytera Mobilfunk in the German-Dutch Chamber of Commerce

Source: The Critical Communications Review | Gert Jan Wolf editor

Hytera Mobilfunk is a new member of the German-Dutch Chamber of Commerce (GDCC).

In this way the company, founded in Germany with roots in Bad Münder, Lower Saxony, would like to strengthen its business relations sustainably in the Netherlands and further develop its commitment there in the long term.

"We are extremely pleased to be part of the largest network of German-Dutch companies now and to be able to further intensify bilateral economic relations together in this strong alliance," says Bernhard Klinger, Vice President of Business Development at Hytera Mobilfunk GmbH.

During his first visit to the German-Dutch Chamber of Commerce he already conducted initial discussions with senior management and is looking forward to becoming acquainted with other member companies soon and exchanging experiences.

Know-how from Hytera Mobilfunk ensures reliable communication

The significance of membership in the GDCC is clear for Hytera Mobilfunk: "Our company was founded in Germany and we have a tradition stretching nearly 40 years," says Bernhard Klinger. "With our know-how and products we ensure not only the renovation of Dutch security communications infrastructure throughout the entire country, the TETRA network C2000, but also, in the future, the mission-critical communication for public authorities, organizations and industry in the Netherlands."