Inmarsat has signed an agreement with World-Link Communications appointing the satellite services provider as a Partner for FleetBroadband, serving the maritime market globally.

Alongside the agreement, World-Link plans to strengthen its infrastructure and integrate with the Inmarsat network through significant investment in building an Inmarsat Point-of-Presence (PoP).

The plan will advance World-Link’s ability to deliver enhanced value-added services to its global maritime customer base.

Delivering solutions

“World-Link is committed to delivering solutions that bring value and strengthen clients’ ship-to-shore connectivity,” commented Asad Salameh, World-Link-Communications President.

“Following the acquisition of BSM’s Telaccount Overseas in March 2015, and our agreement with Inmarsat, we are investing heavily to strengthen our infrastructure and investment with Inmarsat, as well as in our value added services.

“We want to ensure that World-Link customers benefit from industry leading technology and seamless connectivity at sea in a cost effective manner.”

Significant investment

Commenting on the agreement, Ronald Spithout, Inmarsat Maritime President remarked: “World-Link has been a valued service provider of Inmarsat for over 25 years, and I’m delighted to welcome them as one of our FleetBroadband Partners.

“World-Link has made a significant investment to enhance its Inmarsat network infrastructure that will bring increased benefit to their customers and the maritime market.”