As a team we are excited. Not a fixed thought, but an energetic team that continues to grow in knowledge and volume. The first staff came in 2015, after the first real major order from a government agency. from that moment on, Firecom has grown rapidly and continues to grow with 1, 2 and sometimes 3 new employees every year. As a team, we always aim for 100% customer satisfaction and reliability. This may mean that the customer is not always king. Why? We stand for honesty, reliability and speed. We stand for what we do. If we can't do this, we won't. Safety in this industry comes first.
Peter – Sales engineer | Maartje – Purchasing | Agnes – Administration | Mark – Team Lead Field Service Engineers | Lianne – Projects | Stefano – Field Service engineer | Gabriela – Content Marketing | Michel – Field Service engineer | Jeroen – Sales engineer | Beau–Sales | Rick – Field Service engineer | Babette – Rental | Lidewij – Subscriptions| Martin – Field Service Engineers| Harry – Field Service Engineers
Firecom generally does two things. Alert and communicate. Our alarm systems have been developed in-house and are used to alert company emergency services, company fire brigades and intervention teams.
Our communication systems are from Motorola, Kenwood and Hytera. With our radios it is possible to communicate wirelessly over a long distance. We use a digital technique (DMR) so that messages are encrypted, the range is wider and the voice quality is perfect. It is possible to send text messages and make emergency notifications. Our systems make it possible to view your communication fleet remotely. We use GPS and extensive control room systems for this.
Our customer base has almost always remained the same and includes large companies and government agencies. The striking thing about our customer base is that it is very diverse. Motorola has been an important supplier to us from the very beginning. That has always been the case. Together with Kenwood, Swissphone, TPL and Unication, these are still our main suppliers.
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