Memberships and commitment
Treo is a member of the Society for Environmental Simulation e. V. (CIS). Our membership in the Maritime Cluster Northern Germany enables us to actively participate in cooperation and information networks in the maritime industry.
Treo is a member of the Gesellschaft für Umweltsimulation e.V. (GUS) association for environmental simulation.
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 Maritimes Cluster Norddeutschland enables us to play an active role in the cooperation and information networks of the maritime industry.
Thus we can react early to market and technology trends in this industry and offer our services.
Through our membership in Hanse-Aerospace e.V. we have contacts to numerous suppliers in the aviation industry, enabling us to find new partners and set up cooperations.
As a member of Hamburg Aviation we are part of one of world's largest civil aerospace centres.
This way we can offer our know-how at an early stage and quickly react to the latest developments in the aerospace industry.
Being a member of the GEMV (Gesellschaft für Elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit e.V.) allows us to use a platform on which producers and users are meeting each other.
This link between theory and practice enables us to bring our experience to bear and to react fast and efficiently to industry demands
Exchanging knowledge with the bicycle world: supporting membership of the Zweirad-Industrie-Verband (ZIV) association.
Our supporting membership in the ZIV, the largest bicycle industry association in Europe, allows us to achieve two goals: we can share our expertise with industry players and we benefit in return from the latest first-hand information.
There are more than 100 members in the Süderelbe AG shareholder network - we are part of it
Süderelbe AG offers connections to business, science, politics and public institutions. With our membership, we want to strengthen the location in the south of Hamburg and develop synergies with other partners.
Treo supports the charitable organization Open Arms, which assists refugees in Hamburg-Harburg.
There is an official camp for refugees from Syria and Iraq in direct proximity to the Treo laboratory in the Tempowerk in Hamburg. The Open Arms initiative of the Tempowerk strengthens the interaction of the citizens of Harburg and these refugees.
Read more about integrative language courses, volunteers and how a humane culture of welcoming – which Treo stands for – is created here.