Radio Holland USA Opens RH Long Beach Branch Operation

Wednesday, February 07, 2007
Radio Holland USA Inc. has appointed William Thompson as the branch Manager of the Long Beach, Calif., office. Historically, the Long Beach office has been a service center supporting the Radio Holland Group brand for the past 23 years. As Branch Manager for the West Coast territory branch operation, Bill will be instrumental in our growth which includes not only service for our global customer base but also equipment sales and service, fleet management via Fixed Price Maintenance Contracts, VSAT / INMARSAT equipment and Airtime sales and service, as well as S-VDR sales and service. Thompson comes to Radio Holland USA with a management background including positions as General Manager of a national maritime retailer, regulatory compliance consultant and security and safety director. He served in the US Navy as a Radioman where he learned both the operational and technical aspects of communications and cryptographic equipment. He holds both a Bachelors and Masters degree in Business Administration and notes on joining Radio Holland USA. Fishing, Survey, and Government.
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