Neratek AS Changes Name to Marlink AS

Wednesday, June 15, 2005
Neratek AS changed its company name to Marlink AS, in a move that signals its continued integration of worldwide business operations into Marlink. Neratek was acquired by Marlink's parent company, Telenor Satellite Services, earlier this year. Søren Einshøj will serve as the Managing Director of Marlink AS as part of his duties as Managing Director for the Marlink Group. Former Neratek founder and General Manager Carsten Hansen will continue with the new Marlink AS, serving customers throughout the Nordic region. Also, former Neratek Marketing Manager Tom Strandberg has assumed additional new duties with the Marlink Group as Sales Director for the United Kingdom and Nordic Region.
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