Hytera is the sole winner of the bid and the scope of procurement encompasses a diverse range of products, including infrastructure of TETRA, PDT, and PoC, as well as intrinsically safe two-way radios and body-worn cameras (BWC).
As the world's largest oil refinery and the second-largest chemical company, Sinopec Group has prioritised the development of its Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) infrastructure. This bid leads to Sinopec Group’s first centralised framework purchase of two-way radio devices and systems. The collaboration aims at ensuring safe and efficient operations across Sinopec plants.
Mu Qiao, General Manager of Hytera China, said: “Hytera has proudly served many petrochemical customers across the world, prioritising workplace safety above all else. This partnership is another testament to the industry's recognition of Hytera products and capabilities. As we look ahead, we are determined to continue providing products and empower safe, reliable, and efficient operation for an even broader range of customers in the energy and petrochemical industries. This commitment drives us to push the boundaries of technological innovation and to meet the evolving needs of our clients.”
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/refining/04092023/hytera-enters-annual-framework-agreement-with-sinopec-group/
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