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Are you our Brand Ambassador for 2019?

We are very excited to announce that we are on the lookout for a GateHouse Maritime Brand Ambassador for 2019!


What is in it for you?
As a Brand Ambassador you are given our ghMaritime Port Solution and ghMaritime Analytics Solution as web-based services, free of charge, in exchange for feedback and documentation of your experience with the solution for marketing purposes. The GateHouse service includes:

  • A one-year (beginning January 2019) hosted service subscription for up to five users,
  • An AIS satellite data feed (if required and at the discretion of GateHouse Maritime), and
  • Incorporation of any AIS data feeds provided by the Brand Ambassador (at no additional charge to GateHouse Maritime).


Who is eligible?
We are looking for organizations in port communities in the Americas (port authorities, terminal operators, tugboat companies, pilots etc.). Applicants must provide detailed contact information, including a business e-mail address.

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