Globe Wireless in new dealJan 28, 2013 by Guest Writer
Florida-based Globe Wireless and Arimar in December entered into an agreement to provide Globe Wireless products and services to Italian-flagged vessels.
As part of this agreement, Arimar will act as the billing agent for the vessel, enabling Globe Wireless to offer more communication services to Italian and Mediterranean customers.
“Both parties bring distinct strengths and infrastructure to the table; I am confident this collaboration will considerably strengthen both our business.” said David Kagan, president and CEO of Globe Wireless. “By collaborating with Arimar, Globe Wireless now has a partner with in-depth knowledge of the Italian and Mediterranean maritime market and we are now able to offer our wide range of solutions to our joint customers, who will benefit in terms of better service and more innovative solutions.”
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