CapRock Expands

Wednesday, August 09, 2006
CapRock Communications expanded its international presence with a support center in Luanda, Angola based on an increase in the demand for satellite communications from customers operating in the energy as well as the engineering and construction sectors in West Africa. The support center in Angola aims to provide quick response to customers' needs with in-region field technicians and local personnel. From offshore drilling and production sites and support vessels to land-based facilities, regional offices, personnel housing and corporate command posts, CapRock is supporting all elements of clients' remote African operations.
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