Maritime Broadband Appoint Germany Agent

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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Maritime Broadband Inc. has appointed Nordic IT as  agent of the Company’s groundbreaking C-Bird™ VSAT in Germany.

Nordic IT will use more than 10 years of knowledge in sales and support in the maritime industry to introduce the C-Bird™ system to their existing and new client base. C-Bird™ offers ship managers and owners a comprehensive solution with unlimited data and voice communications, providing a cost effective and unique alternative to existing systems.

“Working with Nordic IT offers Maritime Broadband the very best foothold in the important German marketplace.  The company is extremely well respected in the shipping community in Germany. Nordic IT has over 800 vessels and shore-side users taking advantage of their optimized software and hardware solutions.  We are excited to offer our premium global VSAT package to their clients," said Mary Ellen Kramer, CEO of Maritime Broadband.

As agent in Germany, Nordic IT Marine Communications will have the complete support of Maritime Broadband Inc. for all sales and services, offering a long term commitment from both parties involved. Through Nordic IT’s introduction, a premier German management company in Hamburg will become the first of Nordic IT’s German clients to trial C-Bird™ for their fleet, with installation scheduled to take place in October, 2013, on the East Coast of the US.  

www.maritimebroadband.com

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