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TMCNet:  KVH Industries expands with Japan office

[November 06, 2012]

KVH Industries expands with Japan office

Nov 06, 2012 (TELECOMWORLDWIRE via COMTEX) -- KVH Industries, Inc., (NASDAQ: KVHI) has opened an office in Tokyo to further strengthen KVH's position in the market and to provide additional support to its Japanese partners.

The opening of the KVH Industries Japan Co., Ltd., office reflects the growing market in Japan for KVH's maritime satellite communications solutions, which include the mini-VSAT Broadbandsm service -- the world's leading maritime VSAT choice -- and the award-winning TracPhone(R) satellite communications systems.

KVH Industries' Japanese partners include SKY Perfect JSAT Corp., which provides the mini-VSAT Broadband service under the OceanBB brand name, as well as Furuno Electric Co., Ltd., and Japan Radio Co. Ltd., which provide and install KVH TracPhone communications systems.

The company named Yoshito Yamane as the country manager and representative director for KVH Industries Japan Co., Ltd. Yamane has collaborated with KVH Industries for the past three years as a sales consultant, developing relationships with KVH Industries' Japanese partners.

KVH Industries is the provider of in-motion satellite TV and communications systems, having designed, manufactured, and sold more than 150,000 mobile satellite antennas for applications on vessels, vehicles, and aircraft.

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