Strike Zone named PR firm for Ship-Equip

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Ship-Equip selected California-based Strike Zone Communications to provide public relations and integrated marketing support services in North America.

Ship-Equip's main focus is to provide VSAT communication for the megayacht, offshore oil/gas, shipping and commercial fishing industries through its SEVSAT service.

Ship-Equip is based in Alesund, Norway, and its headquarters for the Americas is in Stafford, Texas.

Strike Zone principal Ron Ballanti has worked in marine marketing for 20 years, handling a range of firms and manufacturers, including Jeppesen Marine, Simrad, Furuno USA, SI-TEX, Airmar Technology and Suzuki Marine.

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