SeaWave and Radio Holland Collaborate

Wednesday, February 19, 2003
SeaWave and Radio Holland USA, Inc., have announced a cooperation agreement. Andre Kik, vice president of technical services for Radio Holland USA said, "The SeaWave/Radio Holland deal strengthens our ability to offer comprehensive, integrated communications solutions to our customer base of 'blue water' merchant ships, workboats, fishing and other commercial vessels. We expect it will also increase our sales of hardware and technical services."

SeaWave, in turn, gains the ability to deploy their solutions throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico utilizing Radio Holland USA's long established services network.

"This agreement expands our network of resources providing integrated data solutions to professional mariners requiring innovative, high-capacity, low-cost solutions to their on-board communications problems," said SeaWave Director of Sales Chuck Gibson. "The SeaWave Integrator provides essential communications technology and Radio Holland provides it's highly respected abilities to deploy it quickly and expertly, virtually anywhere in the United States, Canada and Mexico," Gibson added.

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