TenCate in government circles
Through road shows and presentations, TenCate informs interested parties about its vision, mission, products and value proposition. The companies in the United States are supported by the TenCate Office of Public and Government Affairs in Washington D.C.
The markets in which TenCate operates are often regulated by government authorities or (government) bodies on the basis of legislation and regulations. The anticipated fall in the American government budgets in particular may have consequences for the sale in the U.S. of ballistic materials, protective fabrics and geosynthetics.
On the steps of the Longworth Congressional Office Building in Washington with Congressman Larry Kissel (front row, second from left) and Ruth Stephens, executive director of the United States Industrial Fabrics Institute (USIFI) In Washington D.C.
TenCate has an office (Public and Government Affairs) in the capital, which functions as a branding and marketing platform for all the TenCate companies in the United States. This Office of Public and Government Affairs works to support the federal efforts of each business group of TenCate, serving as a force multiplier to strengthen the bonds between the corporation and important U.S. government officeholders and departments.
John Henderson (Global Director for Water & Environment TenCate Geosynthetics, left) with congressmen Frank Lobiondo and Johnny Duncan