CapRock Communications Selects Pal Jensen as President of Maritime Division.
In 2006, CapRock formed the Maritime Division in Oslo, Norway, which was followed by the launch of SeaAccess Communications([TM]), its maritime service line dedicated to serving the unique requirements of the commercial maritime market. The service provides always-on corporate networking and crew morale solutions enabling onboard personnel access to multi-line voice service with toll-quality connections, Web and e-mail, and Internet VPN capabilities. Designed for vessels such as container ships, offshore support vessels, bulk carriers, cargo vessels and tankers, global (C-band) and regional (Ku-band) solutions serve vessels operating globally or operating in regional specific waters. CapRock leverages its 11 regional support centers and 24/7 help desk to provide local service and support.
Since launching the service, CapRock has secured contracts with major shipping companies including NOR Offshore Ltd, Green Reefers, SeaBird Exploration, Seatrans AS and Hoegh Fleet Services.
"Pal has a strong track record of successfully implementing solutions that meet maritime customers' evolving communication needs," said CapRock CEO Peter Shaper. "He has guided our clients towards increased profitability and operational efficiency time after time, helping them make the seamless transition from metered services to always-on connectivity."
Prior to joining CapRock as vice president of Maritime Sales, Jensen served as vice president of Norwegian-based Telenor Satellite Services (TSS), leading the maritime business division responsible for sales and operations for always-on VSAT solutions. Preceding his position with TSS, Jensen spent 14 years with IBM in Norway, holding a series of progressive management roles which included vice president of Sales. In his VP role, his areas of responsibilities included telecommunications, networking and business outsourcing. Jensen holds a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from Oslo Business School (Bedriftsokonomisk Institutt, BI).
"Pal's strong industry background will be instrumental as he oversees further enhancements to CapRock's global network and the development of new services," Shaper said. "We will stay at the forefront of customers' needs and strive to be the most trusted name in global maritime communications. I'm confident Pal will continue to lead us in delivering reliable solutions for ship owners and operators as they further experience the first-hand benefits of true broadband connectivity."
About CapRock Communications
With more than 28 years of experience, CapRock Communications is a premier global satellite communications provider for the energy, maritime, government, engineering and construction and mining industries as well as for disaster recovery services. The Company utilizes the latest field-proven satellite technologies to deliver highly reliable managed communication services including broadband Internet, voice over IP, secure networking and real-time video to the world's harshest and most remote locations. CapRock delivers on its promise to be the market's reliability leader by leveraging "best of breed" partnerships, technical expertise and a robust global infrastructure that includes four self-owned and operated teleports and eleven regional support centers across the U.S., Central and South America, Europe, West Africa and Asia Pacific. More information about CapRock is available at www.caprock.com.
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