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Global Satellite USA has new headquarters

Fort Lauderdale-based Global Satellite USA purchased a new, 5,000-square-foot office that includes a showroom divided into manufacturer sections and broken down by product family.

With the new space, Global Satellite USA will now be able to hold training programs on a regular basis, the company said.

"We have been considering moving offices for a while now and waited until the right opportunity came along," CEO Martin Fierstone said in a statement. "With the economy in South Florida still struggling, we must be doing something right if we are expanding."

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