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Ocean Signal names project manager

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Marine communication and safety at sea specialist Ocean Signal has appointed Neil Jordan as senior project manager. Jordan has more than 20 years’ experience in the electronic safety beacon industry, including recent posts as research and development manager and research and development innovation director.

In his new role, Jordan will work on development and sales of safety and survival technologies including Cospas-Sarsat 406MHz beacons, AIS man overboard devices, VHF and satellite communications products.

Ocean Signal operates as a unit of Florida-based ACR Electronics. For more information, visit www.oceansignal.com.

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