Hytera America Undertakes Financial Restructuring for Sustainable Growth

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  • Service and support to dealers and customers should experience little to no interruption during the restructuring process.
  • Hytera is confident its operation will remain viable in the American market after the restructuring process is completed.

Irvine, CA, May 26, 2020 – Hytera America, Inc. and Hytera Communications America (West), Inc. announced today they filed voluntary petitions for relief under chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California (Santa Ana Division). Through this routine financial restructuring, Hytera will work to continue serving and supporting its dealers and customers. Hytera intends to use the restructuring process to address the challenges caused by ongoing litigation and the COVID-19 impact for the purpose of preserving its business operations in the U.S.

Hytera America has evaluated various options to optimize its business operations and implemented various operational changes to improve its logistical efficiency. “Nearly twenty years ago, Hytera began partnering with American dealers and bringing the most innovative and valuable land mobile radio (LMR) solutions to the market, while constantly seeking to improve support and service to our dealers and customers,” said Alla Huang, President of Hytera America. “We remain committed to our tradition of excellence and are confident in our sustainable growth for the future. We look forward to introducing our new product lines such as Hytera HALO Nationwide Group Communications, a total solution of PoC hardware, software and cloud services, as well as facial recognition and temperature-measuring integrated access control solution, and next generation digital mobile radio (DMR).”

Two-way radios are an essential tool in crisis management. Hytera America and its dealers are working together to provide effective communications solutions for the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. Hytera America has donated two-way radios to multiple hospitals to support healthcare professionals, especially in hard hit cities such as New York. Since the time the stay-at-home orders were put in place, Hytera America has implemented a comprehensive plan to both keep its employees safe and to continue essential operations that include product delivery, repairs, and services.