Tripoli, 8 September:
Hermes Communications Technology, a Libyan joint venture partner of International Wide Area Communications specialists Hermes Datacomms, has been awarded a telecommunications . . .[restrict]license in Libya.
The license was issued by the Libyan government and allows Hermes to provide communications to the oil and gas industry and other sectors in Libya including fixed-line networks, international telecommunications, communication networks, VSAT communications and internet services.
“Our aim is to ensure that all our customers in Libya are provided with direct and extensive support and a more dependable and secure service”, said the company’s Country Manager Libya, Glynn Wagg.
This license will aid our customers in receiving faster installations, clearer costs and the assurance of legal requirements”.
Hermes Communications Technology has an established presence within the Libyan capital, Tripoli, trading continuously and operating in Libya since 2005; supplying VSAT communication, onshore and offshore, in city and remote locations.
The UK-based parent company specialises in providing tailored Wide Area Communications to the upstream oil and gas industry worldwide including remote and challenging locations such as Algeria, Angola, Malaysia, Kazakhstan, Libya, the Middle East, Iraq, Russia and Turkmenistan. [/restrict]