Marlink Opens New Operations Center in Houston

Monday, March 12, 2007
Marlink, a supplier of integrated satellite communications equipment and network services has opened an expanded regional operations center in Houston, Texas to meet growing demand from it's maritime and offshore industry customers. Marlink's expansion of its Houston center follows closely the opening of business facilities and support centers in Oslo, Dubai, and Singapore in the second half of 2006.

The new business offices and technical facilities in Houston will also serve as Marlink's regional headquarters responsible for coordinating company business activities throughout North and South America. The new Americas headquarters will provide both North American and Latin American markets with a comprehensive suite of satellite services that will evolve with customer requirements, as well as support Marlink's growing list of global customers with operations in the region.

The new business office is located in One Harbor Square, near the South Shore Harbor complex, with access to rapidly growing ports of Houston, Galveston and the primary offshore oil and gas support bases in Louisiana.

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