Technical Engineer Joins Global Satellite USA

Press Release
Monday, September 24, 2012

Global Satellite USA hired Hassen Ben Khalifa as Technical Engineer. He has a multi-disciplined engineering background, combining Electrical, Electronics, Telecommunication and Information Technology within the maritime industry.

Martin Fierstone, President of Global Satellite USA, said “Our business is all about customer support and quality control.  We decided to recruit a technical specialist who understands the marine and satellite industry so that our customers receive excellent customer care, 100% of the time. We hope to grow our business organically as customers spread the word about the excellent service they receive from Global Satellite USA.”
www.globalsatellite.us

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