CapRock Communications Expands Into Mexico
CapRock Communications has extended its reach and customer support capability in Mexico, with the opening of a new operations center in Ciudad Del Carmen. The move comes as part of a continuing global expansion effort for the satellite communications leader, who provides advanced remote communications services to the energy, maritime, construction and mining industries, as well as government clients.
"The opening of our new office in Mexico allows us to better serve clients in the region, by having our own technicians closer to customer facilities," CapRock President and COO Errol Olivier said. "Providing a premier global service is more than just having a network that can reach remote locations. A true global communications company also must have the ability to support client sites with in-region field personnel, spare parts and equipment. By opening an operations center in Mexico, we are able to significantly improve response times for installation and operations services to both new and existing customers across Southern Mexico, the Caribbean and the Bay of Campeche."
The Ciudad del Carmen facility will serve as a regional sales office as
well as a technical support center, and adds to CapRock's privately owned and
operated global infrastructure, which includes four international teleports
and seven other operations centers located in Houston, Lafayette, and New
Orleans, in the USA.; Aberdeen in the United Kingdom, Jakarta in Indonesia,
and Macae in Brazil.
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