Intellian Expands to Southampton

Press Release
Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Opened to assist the company’s worldwide sales, product design and technical support functions, Intellian Technologies’ new Southampton office is an extension of the European branch office in Rotterdam. The company’s existing UK distributor, Intellian UK (Procom UK Systems) will continue to represent the brand and the Intellian i-series TV satellite products in the UK leisure marine, shipping and fishing markets.

The Southampton office, which comprises meeting and training rooms, is headed by Jon Harrison, Vice President of Communication Systems - Global. Jon is joined by Intellian’s Director of Global Service, Mick Musk, who is responsible for leading the global technical support teams as well as coordinating and implementing the company’s service and support strategy. Reporting to Jon Harrison, newly appointed Matthew Humphreys is European Sales Manager and will be supporting the on-going business development.
 
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