Sealite Start Production Of SLB1250 Navigation Buoys In The United Kingdom

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Sealite Start Production Of SLB1250 Navigation Buoys In The United Kingdom

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Global Aids to Navigation manufacturer, Sealite Pty Ltd, this month announced the introduction of the SLB1250 navigation buoy to be built in the UK.

Now UK customers and distributors can experience the quick turnaround and delivery times on these popular and versatile buoys. The strong, lightweight polyethylene buoy can be moulded in standard IALA high visibility colours and shapes to suit a range of installations.

Available in the UK and European market, the SLB1250 is conveniently transported across the continent and can be supplied with Sealite LED marine lanterns. The buoy offers low maintenance and service costs, and one of the strongest product warranties in the industry.

Sealite navigation buoys are installed globally throughout Asia Pacific, the Middle East, Europe and the Americas and are supported by a network of valued distributors. The SLB1250 buoy is available through Aids to Navigation specialist, Pelangi International Ltd, a wholly-owned Sealite subsidiary.

Sealite CEO Chris Procter commented, “The SLB1250 navigation buoy is one of the most versatile buoys in our portfolio – through local production, it’s fantastic to give our European customers greater access to this range.”

For assistance on your next marine project, contact the team at Pelangi International on +44 (0)1502 588026 (UK) or Sealite European Business Development Manager Mr John Corio at j.corio@sealite.com today.

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