Watercom Names Gerald A. Motta VP, Operations
Gerald A. Motta has been named vice president of operations for Waterway Communications System, Inc., by its president, Richard A. Baker. Waterway Communications System, Inc., Jeffersonville, Ind., is responsible for the development of Watercom, a new directdial telephone service for the marine industry.
Mr. Motta brings over 23 years of telecommunications experience to Watercom. He has extensive senior level management experience with marine electronic systems, including radar, RF/VHF/UHV sys- tems, Omega navigational systems, and HF satellite communications.
Watercom is a direct-dial telephone network providing the marine industry with improved telecommunications.
The network serves 4,000 miles of inland waterways with high quality, automated telephone service from land to vessel, vessel to land, and vessel to vessel.
Service extends to the Mississippi, Ohio and Illinois Rivers and the Gulf Intracoastal Waterways with incidental coverage extending to the tributaries of the waterway and offshore waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
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