Nautel Opens Office in Quincy, IL
Hackett's Cove, NS, Bangor, ME, and Quincy, IL - Oct 16, 2008 - Nautel has opened a customer support center based in Quincy, IL. The office will expand Nautel's customer service team with the addition of several recognized industry professionals.
"Long known for its abundance of skilled broadcast technical personnel, Quincy is an ideal location for an additional Nautel office," said Kevin Rodgers, Nautel's Manager of Customer Service. "With this new office in the central USA, we can increase our customer support coverage while leveraging the expertise of some very talented people in the area."
Initial hires for the Quincy Customer Support team include Nelson Bohorquez and Jim Krueger. Krueger joins Nautel from Harris, where he worked on high-power systems in the 200kW to 2MW range. Prior to joining Harris, Krueger worked for the United States Coast Guard, where he was involved with the installation of many Loran-C high power transmitters.
Nelson Bohorquez, a broadcast engineer, was employed at Broadcast Electronics for the past seven years in its customer service department. Nelson's first language is Spanish.
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