Sealite is dedicated to educating the marine industry in Aids to Navigation. This begins with investing in our people. This year, five key representatives across our global business are undertaking IALA’s Level 1 – Marine Aids to Navigation – Manager training. This course is delivered online by IALA’s World-Wide Training Academy experts.
Each month our staff are connecting remotely from our offices around the world, steadily working through the training modules. The extensive training ensures students receive the latest information in accordance with IALA standards, recommendations and guidelines.
Sealite invests in the education of our people, so we can continue to offer and share expertise with our customers. In turn, the knowledge they gain will help us to improve the training Sealite provides through our Masterclass events.
Who is IALA?
IALA is the industry association that develops recommendations and best practice guidelines for the global marine Aids to Navigation. Their purpose is to offer guidance and to harmonise the use of AtoNs worldwide. This is in-line with IALA’s mission to ensure efficient voyages and a sustainable planet. The IALA World-Wide Academy delivers the training programs that are available to those within the marine AtoN industry.
Sealite – An Industrial Member
Sealite liaises closely with IALA and its group of industrial members. Meeting regularly, they discuss current and future trends and use these insights to deliver improvements for its members and the wider marine industry.
Sealite presently holds the position of Vice President of the IALA IMC, representing Industrial Members at PAP. Sealite also Chairs one of the Engineering Committee Working Groups. These working groups are key to developing IALA’s future standards, recommendations and guidelines.
The Sealite group pictured above, comprises of Malcolm Nicholson (Global Product Manager – Marine), Luis Velasquez (BDM – South America), Anthony Parker (BDM – Africa), Jamie Girling (Sales Executive – UK) and Abed Shmais (Support Engineer – USA) who are all undertaking IALA’s Level 1 – Marine Aids to Navigation – Manager training.
On behalf of Karachi Port I am pleased to acknowledge your good service and provision of the new SL-75 solar marine lanterns installed by your firm in the harbour channel at Karachi Port. The new lanterns are very feasible and useful and equipped with the latest navigational technology.
-Captain Muhammad Altaf
As one of your new distributors (Belize and Honduras, Waller Marine Belize LTD), I would like to express my congratulations to you and your people in providing reliable, dependable and inexpensive products. Formerly we were distributors for a Canadian made product but these were found to be too expensive for the market and also offered only difficult and complicated programming. Our first order of lights from you (SL15’s) took only four days to arrive from Aussie Land, when I opened the box they were still flashing. I tested a SL60 (white) for four days (steady on) before it required a recharge…remarkable. I will be placing another order shortly. Keep up the good work.
-Capt Andy Suddes
We choose to sell Sealite … this is a long story, well we treat Sealite as our own and the relationship we have developed with Jeff and Chris and their attitude and commitment towards growing Sealite to this stage is remarkable. We feel at home when talking to them and the staff of Sealite and this in turn gives us more security and strength in selling products in India.
-Aliasgar E Patrawala
I just wanted to say thank you for the light and bracket Sealite supplied to Birkenhead Marina. As the other lights (old ones) need new batteries I will be replacing them with new lights from Sealite and the same brackets that you supplied with the light we received last week … Your product is excellent and the system of setting the light is good also. Thanks again for all your trouble.