Established in 1994 and based in Dyce Aberdeen, North East Telecommunications Limited (NET) is an ISO 9001-2015 accredited company.
We provide communications solutions to a diverse range of industries, including oil & gas, energy & utility, aviation, marine, local government, police, fire & rescue and exhibition & conference centres.
NET is proud to be a tier-one Motorola Platinum Partner and the only qualified Tetra DiMetra Express partner in Scotland.
In 2018 NET ranked as one of the top three dealers in the UK and Motorola’s largest reseller of ATEX products in the UK.
We have one of the largest fleets of ATEX Motorola radios and accessories in the country for short or long-term hire.
NET manufactures standard and EX Zone 1 and Zone 2 UHF/VHF, PA crane radios and Zone 2 radio repeaters.
From design concept through to supply and support, NET’s experienced team is on hand to help every step of the way.
supporting the community
It’s Monte Carlo or Bust for Monty’s Maggie’s Appeal
Two North-east businessmen brought a touch of James Bond glamour to a campaign to build a cancer support center in Aberdeen. NET MD Mark Allan and friend Ken Gillan raised thousands of pounds for the Monty’s Maggie’s appeal by cruising to Monte Carlo in a James Bond style Aston Martin. The sports car, similar to the model that featured in the 007 film Quantum of Solace, was kitted out in the appeal’s livery and was on display at the Press and Journal Ball.
NET Sponsors Neil McDonald’s Mount Everest Climb
Neil McDonald scaled Mount Everest, the world’s highest peak, and now has raised more than £115,000 for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) from a series of expeditions as part of his climbing for a cure campaign. In conjunction with Motorola, NET sponsored Neil and helped him achieve his objective. JDRF is the world’s leading charitable founder of research into the cure for type 1 diabetes.
It was founded in 1970 by a small group of parents of children with type 1 diabetes who recognised that insulin injections are not the cure for this life threatening condition. JDRF UK was formed in 1986, assisting in the global fund-raising effort which has seen the distribution of more than £500m to date to experts working hard to find a cure. Around £3m has been given to more than 20 UK-based research projects studying the causes, prevention, treatment and cure of diabetes and its complications.
NET continues to support Garioch Rugby Football Team
Gareth Falls – Mini & Micro Garioch Rugby Team.
“On behalf of Garioch Rugby Club can I thank NET and Motorola for their latest sponsorship of the Mini & Micro section.
I took delivery of 65 playing tops, and as always, they look fantastic and are of a similar design to our senior team tops. This has helped us to work towards our One Club – One Look vision.
Thanks once again for your help and hopefully we can meet up at one of the training sessions and you can see the tops in action.”
NET Sponsor Local Football Team
Friends of Anchor
“To show support for sport in the community NET, in association with Motorola Solutions sponsor the CBC Hilton boys’ club.”
COURAGE ON THE CATWALK
Friends of Anchor
“We have just paid the last of the invoices for the event weekend of Courage on the Catwalk and Brave. We have gone over the numbers twice, three times over to be absolutely sure and we are absolutely there with final total for COTC 2018.
We could not get to that phenomenal level of fundraising without you, our sponsors, and the significant contribution you make with financial and in-kind support. Courage and Brave really have a community to themselves; companies, but more so the individuals behind each one who are all passionately involved to see the weekend be as successful as it can be for the models first and foremost and Friends of ANCHOR.
What a testament to the love and support that surrounds these two events.
The trustees have met around the plans and aspirations for how every single penny of these funds will be spent and we should hopefully be in a position to formally announce this later in the month.
Thank-you for what you are helping us achieve for North-east cancer and haematology patients!”