Sky Perfect’s Yutaka named APSCC president

Staff writer
telecomasia.net
Nagai Yutaka has been elected as the new president for APSCC, a non-profit, international association representing all sectors of satellite and space-related industries.
 
He succeeds Dr. Phinaintisart, who has served as APSCC president for the past four years.
 
Yutaka, who was a member of the APSCC board of directors from 2009 to 2010, will resume this new role from January 2011 for a two-year term.
 
Currently Yutaka is senior executive vice president of SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation, which is the largest satellite operator in Asia with 12 satellites covering all of Japan and Asia, as well as Oceania and North America.
 
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