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Changing places

Intellian Technologies USA, the American subsidiary of South Korean satellite TV system manufacturer Intellian Technologies, added to its sales team.

John Minetola will lead the team as sales director. He has years of experience as a marine electronics dealer, distributor and sales manager for product manufacturers.

In Florida, the company will be represented by Bob Rudolph with Sabine, LLC. Ron Ward, of the Ron Ward Co., will represent Intellian Technologies USA in California, as well as the entire West Coast.

Maritime Marketing will represent the company in the Eastern United States. Bob Merry will lead efforts in the Northeast and Tim Ford is responsible for sales across the Mid-Atlantic states.

“We’re very excited about what the future holds,” said managing director Jay Park, who will direct nationwide sales from the company’s Irvine, Calif. headquarters.

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