“K” Line Selects Globe Wireless for Upgrade

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Globe Wireless has been selected by “K” Line to provide a turnkey implementation of the Inmarsat FleetBroadband service. “K” Line is a large ship owner/operators, which includes container ships, car carriers, bulk carriers, gas carriers and tankers. The signed agreement between “K” Line and Globe Wireless entails the up gradation of its service in the vessels presently using the Globe Wireless network. Globe Wireless currently provides voice & data solutions to “K” Line. The roll out of FleetBroadband on the “K” Line ships has already begun.
 

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