Sealite Offers Buoy Rentals, Installation, and Monitoring Services

Sealite products shown: Atlantic-2600 Cardinal and Special Mark Ocean Buoys with SL-C600 Solar Marine Lantern and Satellite Monitoring

By MarEx 2016-11-01 17:09:47

Sealite, the world's fastest growing manufacturer of marine aids to navigation, announces the commencement of several new products and services for the offshore wind market in the United Kingdom.

An innovative rental program is now offered for Sealite's extensive line of marine buoys, all of which are manufactured in the United Kingdom. The new rental service will allow wind farm owners and operators, service contractors, marine constructors and engineers, and turbine manufacturers, to affordably provide perimeter marking of offshore wind farms and turbines during both the construction and completed installation phases, whilst eliminating inventory management challenges.

The Lowestoft-based company is also launching an installation, maintenance, service and monitoring program across its complete solution portfolio. The monitoring service offers customers a single point of contact for recording and reporting of information on their AtoN’s performance and power supply. 

This installation and service offering covers both rented and purchased buoys, as well as Sealite's line of temporary (construction phase) and permanent lighting solutions for the offshore renewable market.

The offshore wind farm segment is one of the fastest growing sectors of the renewable energy market, and Sealite UK's turn-key marking and lighting solutions provide wind energy customers with unparalleled product integrity and support, from the initial rental process through the product installation phase to on-going monitoring. Commented Sealite United Kingdom Ltd. Managing Director, Mr. Robert Simons, “The offshore market is expanding at a rapid rate and the introduction of these services is an important milestone for our business as we strive to offer our customers a solution for their total needs.”

The products and services herein described in this press release are not endorsed by The Maritime Executive.