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Dear customers,

Thanks to you, Dynatech turns 25 today. Thank you very much for your loyalty and trust in our brand!

Unfortunately and much to our regret, this year we will not be able to celebrate it; not even at home, given the circumstances. Regrettably, these are the times we live in.

However, we won’t mind celebrating it on our 25th + 1 or + 2 anniversary, but we want to do so in person with you, as guests of honour at an event we hope is worth remembering – both for what unites us and for the end of this intractable pandemic.

Meanwhile, without yet celebrating but looking forward to the moment we can, we will continue working to provide you with what you deserve.

As a preview of what is to come, this year we hope you can enjoy a new Dynatech website; more modern, updated and operational. Our company will also be equipped with expanded, modernised facilities with more production resources; and, of course, with new products and innovations.

Finally, and we will not tire of repeating it, we want to convey our sincere gratitude to you for allowing us to reach our first 25 years.

Dear customers,
We will be closed on April 23rd for a regional bank holiday.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

12 April, 2021

Dear Customers,

Dynatech has completed its cost update process and has prepared the corresponding price list.

This new list will be effective from May 1, 2021, and so will be used for any order received in Dynatech after that date.

The new prices will be displayed in the customer area on the day of their application: May 1, 2021.

This is because our website, and therefore the customer area, is integrated into our ERP system; and any changes have to be made at the same time on both the website and in the ERP system.

However, if you request the new list via e-mail: info@dynatech-elevation.com, Dynatech will send it to you in advance

As always, Dynatech sincerely thanks you for your trust in our brand.

Yours faithfully,

29 March, 2021

Dear customers,

Dynatech wrote a news article on September 24, 2018 about the proliferation of emails impersonating its identity.

Lately, we have seen that fraudulent emails have been sent from email addresses very similar to ours for example, instead of being “dynatech-elevation” they used “dynateck-elevation”.

This type of phishing is typosquatting or combosquatting. The enclosed message may simply be to say that Dynatech has changed its bank account number in an attempt at fraud.

This has actually happened but, fortunately, the customer was alert and not fooled.

Dynatech has not modified its bank accounts in recent years and, if it were to do so, would inform you through an official corporate communication leaving no doubt about its authenticity; not in a simple, brief e-mail.

Please pay close attention to any small detail that might make you suspicious; a criminal may be behind it.

If you have received such an e-mail about our bank accounts, or any other e-mail attempting to supplant our identity, please notify us and forward it to us as soon as you can, if this is possible.

Finally, let us repeat the content of our message of 24/09/18, since it is as relevant today as ever:

“Although you will already be aware, we would like to remind you of several things to take into account when identifying these unwanted emails and to prevent their use and propagation:

  1. These may contain links (links to websites), which are considered to be potentially dangerous. Valid Dynatech emails will never ask you to provide a password or click on any link except informative links that always carry our web addresses that contain “dynatech-elevation.com”.
  2. They contain files sent as attachments, which are potentially dangerous if they are opened or executed. We recommend that you make sure before opening the files and, if you have any questions, consult us about the authenticity of it or if we have sent you that e-mail, using a different e-mail (do not reply to the mail you consider may be malicious) or by telephone.
  3. Make sure that all the addresses that appear are from the dynatech-elevation.com for communication from staff and the domain dynatech-core.com for general communications and management related to our client area. Previously, some of these emails had addresses of free providers such as @ gmail.com @ hotmail.com @ yahoo.com. It is common to have slight misspelt versions of well-known or established domain names, but careful analysis can reveal these irregularities.”

Dynatech will inform the authorities of any crime or attempted crime against it or any of its customers.

Yours faithfully,

Dear customers,

Please note that our VEGA overspeed governor has been certified for use under seismic conditions, according to the requirements of the EN 81-77 standard. The general dimensions and mechanical and electrical features are the same as for a VEGA overspeed governor.

We now have the new certificates and new use and maintenance manuals, which can be found in our customer area. They can be consulted for further information.

Regards,

 

5 March, 2021

Finally, we got to meet Juan after his magnificent performance at the Dakar Rally 2021.

We wanted him to tell us in person about this adventure and this is what he told us:

- Dynatech: Welcome, Juan and congratulations on the extraordinary Dakar that you raced this year. How did it go and, above all, how are you feeling?

- Juan: Well, this was a very, very difficult Dakar, especially because of the fall I had. It was extremely hard because you find yourself physically drained and with your head spinning.

But I’m definitely happy to have finished it. I was struggling a lot to finish, since I was more outside than in. But, above all, because I was able to bring brands like Dynatech that supported me right to the end, that’s the important thing; as well as finishing in a good 15th position.

Little by little, I’m recovering from the injury to my finger, knee and ankle; and, in fact, because I feel a bit better now, we’ve already started training again.

- Dynatech: You had a bad crash in one of the intermediate stages. What happened to you and how did it affect you for the rest of the Dakar?

- Juan: That was a very hard day for me. It was a 550 km stage and, at 500 km, I fell when I was riding at 140-145 km/h. I lost consciousness and I can’t remember anything else.

A colleague saw me fall and explained to me what happened – because I couldn’t remember. I did the last 50 km of the stage as best I could, but I didn’t remember anything until I reached the finish line and saw where I was on the Dakar banners. At the finish, a friend who is a member of the organisation panel, told me to go and see the medics as my finger was completely bent. My head was spinning and I went to the organisation’s hospital.

They gave me a check-up there and told me that I shouldn’t ride the next day.

But I didn’t want to give up. I was determined and told them to give me an injection so I could continue, and they did.

Following the fall, I lost 10 minutes every day; because I had to sit down on the bike, as I couldn’t stand up with my knee as it was.

But, gradually, I recovered, and in the last stage I managed to finish in 7th position.

- Dynatech: The competition is very tough, even in the team itself, where you managed to finish ahead of your Rieju teammates. Is that always very important to you: to be the first in your team? Do you think one day you might get a podium finish? You’ve come close in a number of Dakar rallies; with two 5th places under your belt.

- Juan: It is possible to be with the frontrunners, but you need a certain amount of resources. The official bikes run a lot, the official teams are very large and they have a lot of information. If you are always chasing, the Arabian Desert is different.

Also, the younger riders are very strong, with a lot of resources and with very powerful bikes; they have very good information on the stages and, unfortunately, there is not much navigation, which is what suits me very well …

Official motorbikes cost between from €300,000 to €400,000; mine is worth €35,000. That’s another difference.

- Dynatech: You’re a veteran of this event now, having been to 13 rallies. Will there be a 14th?

- Juan: Definitely! There’s a 14th edition for me because I feel very well physically. I have a lot of pace, a lot of navigation, I’m very competitive and I don’t lack courage! The same goes for the sponsors who are always there helping me. I really like the bike and I’m still very motivated.

I really want to see what happens in the next Dakar. There’s a lack of navigation, so I’m sure things are going to change. We can’t go at an average of 126 km/h in the stages, so I think more navigation is going to change things.

- Dynatech: And what are your plans for the rest of 2021?

- Juan: 2021 starts with new projects. We hope we can practise, as the pandemic is hitting us hard. We have things in mind, but nothing confirmed at the moment. There is something pretty big related to image, but … little by little I’ll tell you about it.

Juan, a big man, well over 6 feet, capable of flying across the desert sands – and how!

The Dynatech management team, meeting Juan at the entrance. From left to right:

Javier Sastre (Production Director), Ramón del Cacho (Integration Laboratory Director), Javier Andreu (Quality Director), Beatriz Pueyo (Purchasing Director), Francisco Mateo (CEO), Miguel Caballero (Administration Director), Juan Pedrero, Víctor Navaz (R&D co-director), Olga Lacámara (R&D Director)

Dynatech successfully passed the renewal audits for the ISO 9001:2015 Quality System and Annex VII of the 2014/33/EU Lifts Directive that took place on October 2, 5 and 6, last year.

We now have the new certificates in the following languages: English, French, German and Spanish.

The latest version of these certificates is always available at the footer of our website: www.dynatech-elevation.com.

You can also download them directly from here using the links below:

We are delighted to inform you that we now have the Lifts Directive 2014/33/EU, Annex VII Certificate, issued by the accredited body Tüv.

Download certificate

The Dakar is extremely hard and today the motorcycle rider, Pierre Cherpin, lost his life. Our condolences to his family, team and friends.

Juan Pedrero knows very well what is at stake for the drivers. He himself had an accident in one of the stages at 130 km/h which, fortunately, only resulted in cuts and bruises. However, it did affect his physical condition for half the competition.

Today he finished 7th in the last stage and achieved 15th position overall; he was also ahead of his two teammates, Oriol Mena and Marc Calmet. So, in the end, an extraordinary result and we offer him our sincerest congratulations!

We are waiting for Juan to return to work so he can tell us in person how tough this Dakar 2021 really was.

Well done, Juan!

10 December, 2020

Now, more than ever, we need to help out all those people who are having a really bad time, especially as a result of the pandemic.

Every day on Spanish TV, we see more and more people going to soup kitchens and food banks just to be able to feed themselves and their families.

Nobody, with a minimum of sensitivity, could sit idly by watching this emergency situation without doing anything they could to help, to the best of their ability.

Thus, Dynatech has decided to increase its Christmas food supply very considerably this year, from 1 ton to 5 tons.

Even our representative in the Dakar, Juan Pedrero, has drastically reduced his sponsorship fees to help increase the amount of food given in this donation. This is very much appreciated and shows what a great person he is.

However, he will not be short of fuel this year, and we hope he can play a magnificent role in next year’s Dakar 2021. But that’s another story, which we’ll tell you about later …

Below is a photo of the donation delivery:

On the left, our R&D director, Olga Lacámara; in the centre, José Ignacio Alfaro, President of the Zaragoza Food Bank Foundation; and, on the right, Juan Pedrero, our Dakar representative.