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E3 Systems expands in US

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E3 Systems has opened a Ft. Lauderdale office and appointed David Horacek U.S. vice president for direct sales. Horacek previously worked with Linkscape.

“David has extensive experience in communications sales and business development in the maritime and yachting industry,” said Roger Horner, e3 Systems managing director. “We are delighted that he has joined us at a time of expansion into the US market. The opening of our U.S. office forms part of our strategy to expand our direct service and support in the key yachting hubs.”

For more information, visit www.e3s.com.

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