Hytera Mobilfunk, the German arm of Chinese two-way radio specialist Hytera, is expanding its premises near Bad Münder with the addition of a new technology centre and a canteen at its Eimbeckhausen site.
The technology centre will provide more space for the growing Hytera Mobilfunk workforce. As part of this building project a new canteen with view of the Deister Valley is also being constructed.
Employees took part at the laying of the foundation of the new buildings on 20 November, along with the two architects Joachim Riemer and Gerrit Niemeier, the mayor of the city Bad Münder, as well as the local mayor of Eimbeckhausen, Karl-Heinz Bodtmann who also attended the ceremony.
In his speech at the ceremony, Matthias Klausing, CEO, Hytera Mobilfunk, emphasised his close connection with the city of Eimbeckhausen and the Deister-Süntel-Valley region. He said the construction of the new buildings represented a milestone for the company and its employees.
“A good house needs a strong foundation and that applies to Hytera as well. We have come so far in the last three years because our foundation of committed and qualified employees was exactly right,” said Klausing.
A time capsule has been put into the foundation walls of the new technology centre to capture the occasion for future generations of Hytera employees.