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Martin Yale International is a new member of AFCEA Bonn e.V.
On 1 January 2012, Martin Yale International GmbH joined the international association AFCEA.
"We have consistently adapted our product range to modern requirements over the last two years and today we are able to destroy data on all conventional data carriers or the data carriers themselves", says Sattel. "In addition to shredding, we now offer degaussers, data grinders, hard drive crushers and various disintegrators. The range is aimed directly at the sectors of defense, homeland security and public administration. The AFCEA is therefore the ideal partner for us to reach the decision-makers in this sector. We will therefore be exhibiting for the first time this year at the AFCEA exhibition in May in Bonn, organized by the AFCEA Bonn e.V. We look forward to intensive, interesting contact with customers in this high quality environment."
AFCEA Bonn e.V. is a not-for-profit organization and is not a political lobby. The user's forum for telecommunications, computers, electronics and automation currently has a membership of approx. 700 private and 70 company members and is open to all interested parties.
With its events, AFCEA Bonn e.V. discusses current topics concerning allies as well as security information and communication technology. The organization provides a neutral platform and is a catalyst for knowledge transfer and exchange of ideas between research, industry and users of modern information and telecommunication technology from the sectors of defense, homeland security, public administration, education, research and business.
Embedded in an international framework, AFCEA Bonn e.V. sees itself as a pacemaker and promoter of dialogue in the fields of electronics, sensor systems, communication and data processing.
The association, with approx. 700 private and 70 corporate members, offers a neutral platform for the exchange of know-how on the subject of information and communication technologies.
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