Satellite company expands reach to Central America

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DeLorme announced a partnership with Spacenet Communications Services de Mexico, a licensed provider of satellite and video services to Mexico and Latin America.

Maine-based DeLorme is an innovator in personal satellite messaging, tracking and navigation technology. As a DeLorme value-added reseller, Spacenet Mexico will deliver the inReach two-way satellite communication solution to customers throughout the Mexico region across all markets, including those in the marine, aviation, enterprise, consumer and government sectors.

“This marks DeLorme’s first partnership in Latin America. Establishing this important relationship with Spacenet Mexico expands inReach’s global presence and signifies our continued growth into international markets,” DeLorme vice president and general manager Patrick Shay said.

DeLorme said inReach is the first affordable satellite communicator with vital two-way SOS alerting and personal text messaging, message delivery confirmation and remote GPS Follow-Me/Find-Me tracking and locating capabilities.

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