SpeedCast has announced that it has agreed a deal to acquire NewCom International, a satellite communications service provider specialising in the South and Central American regions.
SpeedCast has continued its global shopping spree, with the announcement that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire ST Teleport, a satellite communications services provider based in Singapore.
SpeedCast has announced its half year 2015 results through to the end of June, reporting 38 per cent growth in its maritime business year-on-year.
SpeedCast has been awarded a multi-year communications contract from Gulf Marine Services (GMS) for the provision of dual-beam Ku-band satellite services to nine GMS barges.
SpeedCast has been awarded a multi-year Ku-band VSAT satellite communications contract by Netherlands-based shipping company, Vroon.
SpeedCast has signed a definitive agreement to acquire SAIT Communications, a maritime communications service provider based in Cyprus, and focused on the Greek and Cypriot shipping markets.
SpeedCast has acquired the assets of the teleport and satellite services business of NewSat from its receivers, including the land and buildings with associated plant and equipment at NewSat’s teleport facilities in Adelaide and Perth, as well as most of the customer and supplier contracts.
SpeedCast reports that it has entered a distributor agreement with Thuraya, gaining access to the company’s satellite products and services.
SpeedCast has announced the acquisition of satcom provider Geolink Satellite Services, a subsidiary of the CETel Group that serves the Africa region.
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