Eurofiber signs partnership agreements with four contractors

New contracts lay solid foundation for innovation and growth

Maarssen, January 24, 2024 – Eurofiber Netherlands has signed new contracts with BAM Telecom, Circet Netherlands, Siers Telecom and SPIE Netherlands for laying fiber connections. The agreements are for a period of five years.

These renewed contracts extend the existing partnerships with the four companies. In addition to laying fiber, BAM Telecom and SPIE Netherlands have signed on for maintenance and damage repairs to the Eurofiber fiberoptic network. Meile de Haan, group director of Network Infra at Eurofiber: “BAM, Circet Netherlands, Siers and SPIE have made significant contributions to Eurofiber’s rapid expansion in recent years. Digital infrastructure is crucial to our customers, which include government authorities, utilities, telecom providers and large enterprises – and that’s why we place high demands on our supply chain partners. Accordingly, I’m delighted that we have signed new agreements with all four.”

Demand for business fiber connections continues to grow. Companies and organizations not only need new connections, but are also increasingly requesting a second or even third connection at the same location, guaranteeing availability at all times. De Haan: “Seamless collaboration with our contractors is a vital part of delivering the quality that our customers expect from Eurofiber. In addition, this partnership also means that we are constantly working together to identify more ways to improve. Innovation is therefore an important part of the new agreements, with the goal of further streamlining network construction, allowing us to connect our customers even faster and more cost-effectively. Increasing sustainability throughout the chain is another task that we will be addressing jointly with our partners.


left to right; Eric Kuisch, Eurofiber, Edine Bekke, Eurofiber, Meile de Haan, Eurofiber, Russel Crye, Circet Nederland, Norian Wasch, Eurofiber, Jeroen Wijnen, BAM Telecom, Robert Doornebosch, SPIE Nederland, Hugo van Dam, Siers Telecom

BAM Telecom on the contract:
Jeroen Wijnen, director of BAM Telecom: “BAM Telecom is investing in cooperation that leads to trust and a long-term partnership with Eurofiber. This new agreement confirms that the trust is mutual and that we will achieve solid results together on that basis in the next five years. Continuing from BAM’s strategy of ‘Building a Sustainable Tomorrow’, we will be taking concrete steps in 2024 to make our operations more sustainable. We are also taking our service to a higher level by intensifying our focus on the quality and experience that Eurofiber and its customers demand from us.”

Circet Netherlands on the contract:
Russell Crye, CCO at Circet Benelux, emphasizes the solidity of the company’s long-standing partnership with Eurofiber, spanning over two decades. “The recent five-year contract extension confirms the strength of our partnership, rooted in shared values, with a shared focus on quality, customer satisfaction, delivery reliability and safe working practices. Eurofiber offers us room to actively contribute to innovation, joining forces to become even more innovative in the upcoming years, specifically emphasizing optimization in the areas of productivity and cost efficiency. This partnership illustrates the power of collaboration and our shared commitment to progress in our sector.”

Siers on the contract:
Hugo van Dam, managing director at Siers Telecom: “We are proud that Eurofiber has chosen Siers. It is a modern and balanced agreement based on partnership and trust in each other’s expertise. Eurofiber is really at the forefront of a trend here. We look forward to a great partnership and many satisfied Eurofiber customers.”

SPIE on the contract:
Henri van Zandbeek, Business Unit Manager FttX at SPIE: “This 5-year framework agreement is a great continuation of more than twenty years of partnership between Eurofiber and SPIE. Based on our high-quality knowledge and how much we value quality and flexibility, we will continue to help Eurofiber keep expanding its network. This puts us in a position to carry out the upgrades and migrations needed to ensure that the vital Eurofiber network continues to deliver reliable performance and is ready for the future. From our Projects team and data-driven Network Operations Center, we offer 24/7 availability to provide Eurofiber with turnkey solutions, expertly addressing any management and maintenance concerns. We look forward to achieving great things together in the next few years and realizing continued growth!”