Spanish AToNs manufacturer Almarin has presented at The International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA) quadrennial Conference in Incheon (Korea).
Spanish navaids manufacturer Almarin has reported that its navigation buoys are being installed in a growing number of markets both in Europe and further afield, proving the effectiveness of their simple reliable design with the use of high quality materials manufactured in Europe.
Transport Malta has improved its marine aids to navigation with twenty new buoys, supplied by Spain-headquartered AtoN specialist Almarin, in collaboration with the local partner, Boat Maintenance.
The Grupo Lindley companies are targeting Spain as an area of growth for their harbour and marina equipment activity and a key step towards fulfilling this strategy is the signing of a three-year exclusive distribution agreement with Rolec Services for all Spanish territories.
Almarin, a Spanish manufacturer of Marine Aids to Navigation, has carried out the design, supply and installation of three lantern rooms with their respective domes for the Port of Barcelona, Spain.
Spanish navaids specialist Almarin has launched a new range of mooring buoys. These are designed for mooring vessels, as well as for containment booms and supporting floating cages used in aquaculture.
Colombia’s National Maritime Authority, DIMAR, has renewed the maritime beaconing in Barranquilla (Colombia), furthering the extent of its business with Spanish Aids to Navigation (AToN specialist Almarin.
DIMAR (Colombia's National Maritime Authority) has continued to invest in the safety of its waterways and ports with a large order of Aids to Navigation (AToNs) from Spainish company Almarin.
Spanish navaids specialist, Almarin, is launching its latest model of buoy, the GUIA W at the XVIII IALA Conference. It will offer improved daytime visibility, increased safety for the technician working on board, and will provide both a longer service life and lower maintenance.
Almarin, a Spanish manufacturer of AtoN, has completed the design and turn‐key supply of aids to navigation for Puerto Brisa, at La Guajira in Colombia.
Spanish manufacturer of AtoN, Almarin, has supplied the maritime beaconing for Biscay Marine Energy Platform (BIMEP) in Bizkaia, Spain.
Lindley Marinas, specialized in floating equipment, has recently supplied pontoons and aids to navigation to ENAPOR, the Cape Verde port management company.
Barcelona based aids to navigation manufacturer and distributor Almarin has supplied six new buoys for Port Authority of Marín and Ría de Pontevedra as part of a program to improve the AtoN in this natural harbour.
Almarin, based in Barcelona, Spain, and Ahlers Lindley, based in Estoril, Portugal, have joined forces to launch a new range of marine buoys and towers under the name Balizamar.