New secretary for Platform Broadband@Sea

press release
Wednesday, July 25, 2012

HME has outsourced the executing activities of Platform Broadband@Sea to Ron Vollenga of  Outsource-IT Management. HME remains the owner of the Platform, Ron Vollenga will coordinate the activities and events on behalf of HME.

 

Broadband@Sea promotes transparency in the maritime broadband market, and aims to promote the broadband usage on board of seagoing vessels. The platform organizes meetings where market developments are discussed as well as issues regarding maritime broadband communication.

 

Broadband@Sea is an initiative of HME in 2007, and started as a subsidized project for Dutch shipping companies and suppliers. Meanwhile, the successful project is turned into a Platform where Dutch and international shipping companies and suppliers are involved.

 

From the project phase Outsource-IT Management was already involved in the activities of Broadband@Sea, it provides maritime companies consultancy services in the field of maritime ICT, including the broadband connection and project management services.

 

Website and contact: Information about the Platform Broadband@Sea is available at the website www.broadbandatsea.eu. For all matters regarding Platform Broadband@Sea, Ron Vollenga can be reached via the email address: rv@hme.nl.
 

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