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Merry Christmas and a Very Happy 2022 From Bodet

As the year draws to a close, everyone at Bodet UK would like to wish you a wonderful Christmas and a very healthy and happy New Year

This year begun on a challenging note, with the pandemic continuing to profoundly shape the business landscape. However, as time goes on and people start to discover a new normal, so does Bodet UK by combining its historic and post-covid approach to benefit both customers and prospects.

When it comes to the Bell Systems market, coronavirus has further highlighted just how futureproof our solutions are in the face of unseen global events. The ability for our customers to broadcast updated information and regulations directly to their staff is a powerful benefit, on top of an already industry-leading Lockdown and Audio Alert System. The launch of Harmonys Trio, our multizone Microphone and expanded Profil 700 Analogue Clock range have built on existing functionality to further strengthen our product offering.


In order to improve the user experience and focus specifically on our two different business areas, we have now split our website into two separate sites. This, combined with a growth in the logistics sector has put us in good stead moving forwards.



We would like to thank all of our customers for their continued support which means even more over this period of challenge and changes, and wish everyone a very happy and healthy Christmas and 2022. Whatever happens next, whether a predicted trend or unprecedented event, the capability of our solutions and resilience as an organisation mean that we are ready to help you through it.


If we can help you with our Lockdown, Audio Alert, PA & Synchronised Clock Systems, please contact us.


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