Marine antenna manufacturer bolsters European operation

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Shakespeare Electronic Products Group released a new multilingual catalog, expanded product offerings and additional distribution to strengthen its commitment to its European customers, the company announced.

Its European operations, in Fleetwood, Lancashire, England, are the driving force behind the company's sustained local growth, according to Shakespeare.

The first issue of the European catalog is a comprehensive reference source in German, French, Italian and English.  Descriptions of the company's antennas, mounts, connectors and accessories are supplemented with educational information. A cross-reference chart highlights recommended antennas for power, sail or commercial applications.

"Our European sales manager, Richard Belfrage, and the entire Fleetwood, U.K., team have done an excellent job of expanding Shakespeare's availability and support. As we announce new distributor relationships, customers will see how we've penetrated local markets to better deliver superior products and exemplary service," said Don Henry, Shakespeare's marine products group director, in a statement.

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