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2nd March 2015

Satcom Global Launches Japanese Website

Today, Satcom Global is delighted to announce the launch of our Japanese language website, as a crucial step towards delivering on our commitment to offer world class support to our customers and partners, regardless of their location, time-zones or language.

As a trusted and experienced satellite communications provider, Satcom Global has been reliably serving the Japanese market for over 15 years and even today our team continues to grow in size and strength. Our multi-lingual and expert team based in Tokyo, Japan, provide dedicated sales and account management as well as engineering services, for a wide range of companies, specializing in the maritime, land and handheld satellite communications markets.

The Japanese language website will partially mirror our global website featuring detailed information on products and services from leading satellite communications networks Inmarsat, Iridium and Thuraya, as well as key contact information for our teams at Satcom Global. The easy to navigate platform will also feature additional news and information on a more regionally specific and relevant basis.

Satcom Global’s international growth strategy continues to build momentum with the launch of the Japanese language website following the opening of Satcom Global LLC, Russia in 2014 and the imminent opening of a second office in Australia to better serve our customers and partners in the west of the country.  These continuous and strategic developments provide new opportunities for further expansion for Satcom Global which already boasts over 125 friendly experts based in more than 9 countries around the world.

Established in 2001, Satcom Global is one of the world’s largest mobile satellite communications providers. With offices in the UK, USA, Asia and Australia and through progressive investments in infrastructure and technical resources, Satcom Global provides reliable satellite communications solutions for voice and data specific applications.

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