Treo - Memberships & commitment
Treo supports the charitable organization OPEN ARMS, which assists refugees in Hamburg-Harburg.
In direct proximity to the Treo-laboratory in the hit-Technopark Hamburg, there is an official camp for refugees from Syria and Iraq. The initiative OPEN ARMS of the hit-Technopark strengthens the interaction of the citizens of Harburg and this refugees.
Here you can read more about integrative language courses, volunteers and how a human culture of welcoming is created, for which Treo stands for.
Treo is a member of the Gesellschaft für Umweltsimulation
e. V. (GUS). The attendance of professional events and the exchange of information with other experts helps us to stay up to date and to continuously develop.
Our membership in the Maritime Cluster Northern Germany enables us to play an active role in the co-operation and information networks of the maritime industry. Thus we can react early to market and technology trends in this sector and offer our respective services.
As a member of Hamburg Aviation we are part of one of world's largest civil aerospace centres. Thus we can supply our know-how at an early stage and quickly react to the latest developments in the aerospace industry.
Being a member of the GEMV allows us to use a platform on which producers and users are meeting each other. This link between theory and practice enables us to submit our experience and to react fast and efficiently to industry demands.
Apart from our company memberships, there are also various personal memberships in different industry organisations at Treo, e.g. in the
- DGQ – German Society for Quality (www.dgq.de)
This way we ensure constant access to an exchange of experience with other experts and to current market developments, which also helps us in our striving to continuously develop ourselves further.