Romanian military purchased Hytera's handheld two-way radio. Hytera Mobilfunk GmbH and its partner Mobilis won a tender from the Romanian Ministry of Defence and signed an agreement to provide PD565 two-way radios including accessories.
Romanian Ministry of Defence orders up to 8,050 handheld two-way radios for various military support points in Romania. “This is a great share. We have been working with Mobilis for many years and we will continue to build this relationship,” said Marco Martinato, vice president of sales for Hytera Eastern Europe. “So we are very happy that we can let the Romanian Ministry of Defence believe in the quality and reliability of our Hytera radio. We see the huge potential of the Romanian market and we hope to continue to grow.”
Germany Hytera Mobilfunk is part of Hytera. Since May 2017, Hytera has been fed up with suppliers of TETRA-compliant radios such as Sepura in the UK and Teltronic in Spain. Through the acquisition, Hytera unites the skills and development centers of the TETRA infrastructure (BadMünder, Germany) and TETRA two-way radio (Cambridge, UK).