11.03.2006 08:00 AM
Communications Engineering appoints new service engineer, manager

Communications Engineering has hired industry veteran Buddy Griffin as the firm’s broadcast service engineer and service manager. Griffin brings more than 30 years of service experience to CEI and will oversee all service activities, including CEI’s lab technicians. Griffin joins the company after a 20-year stint at Professional Products, where he was most recently service manager and service engineer.

CEI’s services include maintenance and repair for facilities, new installations and legacy systems. The company offers remote, online and on-site technical support and training, backed by a Web-based help system and toll-free help line where support requests are managed and tracked.

For more information, visit www.commeng.com.



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