Dynniq Mobility brand discontinued by new owners Swarco


Back in September 2021 Swarco announced it was buying Dutch ITS pioneer Dynniq Mobility – now it is to wind up the Dynniq brand incorporating its operations fully under the Swarco name.

In a new statement Swarco states that it wishes to “establish a common feeling, both internally as well as externally” and is therefore moving towards a joint Swarco organization as quickly as possible.

“We have been clear from the beginning that it is our intention to promote the Swarco umbrella brand to make it the leading brand in the ITS sector”, says Swarco CEO Michael Schuch. “By leveraging the power of the strong Swarco family brand, we want to strengthen our identity and culture and offer our business relations added value.

“Merging Dynniq Mobility with Swarco will help us use the joint capabilities, intensify research and development, and come up with the best-in-class solutions portfolio in urban and interurban mobility management.”

Swarco and Dynniq teams pictured together when the merger was announced in September 2021

The first changes have already been implemented: In Denmark, Sweden and Finland, the Dynniq Mobility staff moved into joint offices at the local Swarco premises. In Belgium, Poland, and Croatia, Dynniq’s legal entities have been renamed Swarco. The Dynniq Mobility companies in the Netherlands and the UK will follow in due course.

Dynniq Mobility CEO Jan Vos sees great advantages in the merger. “Through Swarco’s acquisition of Dynniq Mobility, the company can offer an extraordinary range of products, like the add-on of Dynniq’s SCOOT to the Swarco MyCity platform, which will enable new end-to-end solutions to new and existing customers worldwide. With a globally extended footprint and more than 200 R&D domain experts in-house, SWARCO will address the rapidly changing landscape and drive innovation in the industry.”

At the forthcoming Intertraffic Amsterdam, Dynniq Mobility can be found in hall 2 on the Swarco stand. Both companies will celebrate that they are stronger together with the industry stakeholders at an after-show reception on March 30.

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