roy-partingtonCongratulations to GTC customer Roy Partington who last month was part of a group of climbers who were the first to summit a 3,952m Mongolian mountain. The group containing climbers from the UK, USA and New Zealand reached the summit on 13 June.

Roy used the DeLorme inReach SE from GTC to allow followers back home to track his progress. The inReach SE is a handheld Satellite_Tracking device with global coverage. It also features an SOS button so that in the event of an emergency Roy and his team would have been able to call for help.

The DeLorme inReach SE is available for sale and rental for those with short term requirements.

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