Marine antenna maker opens U.S. officeJan 4, 2018 by Triton Staff
Marine antenna manufacturer Glomex SRL has opened a North American office in Brooklyn, New York, and a warehouse in Dayton, Ohio.
Glomex Marine Antennas USA Corp. is led by Chris Catoe, who has been named sales director, according to Glomex General Manager Raffaele Fabbri. Catoe previously was a sales manager and sales engineer for Shakespeare Electronic Products Group. Prior to that, he ran a communications company, and he has a background as a broadcast engineer, according to a company press release.
Italy-based Glomex makes internet, cellular, TV and VHF antennas for the marine industry, as well as mounts and accessories. For more information, visit www.glomex.us.
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