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Marlink takes over Radio Holland satcom business

(l-r) Erik Ceuppens, Marlink, and Paul Smulders of Radio Holland sign the new agreement (l-r) Erik Ceuppens, Marlink, and Paul Smulders of Radio Holland sign the new agreement

Marlink and Radio Holland have concluded a partnership agreement whereby Marlink will take over all of Radio Holland’s satellite communications customers, taking its VSAT customer base to approximately 5,000 vessels.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}Under the terms of the deal, Radio Holland will be a preferred global sales and service partner and offer Marlink’s satcom connectivity portfolio in combination with its maritime electronics systems. Radio Holland and the Marlink Group, including Telemar, will also work more closely together on NavCom sales and servicing following the agreement.

“The agreement is a win-win for all parties involved. Together, we will provide our customers with best-fit and future-proof connectivity solutions,” said Erik Ceuppens, CEO of the Marlink Group.

“Radio Holland’s customers will experience a seamless transition to Marlink’s network, where they will enjoy the best-in-class maritime VSAT service of the industry together with a rich solutions portfolio designed to support vessel operational efficiency, crew welfare, remote ICT management and security.”{/mprestriction}

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