Sealite, part of SPX Technologies (NYSE: SPXC) is a technology leader in the design and manufacture of marine aids to navigation (AtoN) equipment including Marine Lighting, Navigation Buoys, Marine Floats, Port Entry Lighting systems, Lighthouse Lighting Equipment, and Monitoring and Control systems software.
Our company is a global manufacturer of products that guide vessels safely into ports and harbors around the world. The Sealite team is dedicated to servicing the marine industry through the efficient design of solutions that withstand the toughest environments. We offer the widest range of AtoN products in the marketplace.
SPX Technologies is a supplier of highly engineered products and technologies, holding leadership positions in the HVAC, detection and measurement, and engineered solutions markets. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, SPX Technologies had approximately $1.5 billion in annual revenue in 2019 and over 4,500 employees in 17 countries.
In Australia, Sealite operates a 50,000sqft production facility to support the efficient design and manufacture of marine products. The purpose-built manufacturing plant features leading research and development facilities in-house, including:
Keeping manufacturing in-house achieves better value for customers, superior quality standards and faster delivery than many of our competitors.
To service the needs of our customers worldwide, Sealite employs a highly trained team of engineers who design and develop our products. Mechanical, structural and optic systems are developed from concept to completion.
We provide tailored solutions for all of your marine project requirements, including product or application specific customisation. Contact us today to find out how we can assist you.
Sealite offers comprehensive aids to navigation training programs to IALA standards that can be conducted on site at Sealite headquarters, or at client premises. Courses can be customer or product specific to suit client’s levels of competency.
Typical training programs include;
To service the ‘urgent need’ requirement of our customers, Sealite maintains a working inventory of finished goods.
With the support of three international warehouse and manufacturing locations, Sealite is able to respond quickly to client demands in the event of emergency situations or other urgent needs.
Sealite’s vertically integrated supply chain also allows the company to rapidly scale manufacturing capabilities. This flexibility allows Sealite to meet demanding customer project time frames.