Sabik Offshore is constantly working to improve the safety of their products by applying the most stringent national and international guidelines. We work closely with General Lighthouse Authorities and Coastguards all over the world to ensure your assets are fully protected against collisions from marine and aviation traffic.
For over 30 years, Sabik products and services have been responsible for improving safety and providing reliable orientation where there is a need to avert risk. In 2015 the Sabik Group of companies was acquired by Carmanah Technologies and Sabik Offshore was established. Based in Schwerin, Germany and Edinburgh, UK Sabik Offshore's core competence is providing completely integrated marking solutions from aids to navigation to aviation obstruction lighting with SCADA control and monitoring. Sabik Offshore is proud to have earned the trust and respect of our customers and has become a market leader in aids to navigation in offshore wind. Sabik Offshore products protect over 2000 turbines on over 40 wind farms worldwide including Germany, UK, Belgium, Denmark, Netherlands and Taiwan.
Carmanah designs, develops, and distributes a portfolio of products focused on energy-optimized LED solutions for infrastructure. Since 1996, we have earned a global reputation for delivering durable, dependable, efficient, and cost-effective solutions for industrial applications that perform in some of the world's harshest environments. We manage our business within two reportable segments: Signals and Illumination.
The Signals segment serves the Airfield Ground Lighting, Aviation Obstruction, Offshore Wind, Marine,Traffic and Telematics markets. The Illumination segment provides solar-powered LED outdoor lights for municipal and commercial customers www.carmanah.com
To further our commitment to safety at sea Sabik Offshore is a proud donator to the DGzRS:
The German Maritime Search and Rescue Association is one of the most modern sea rescue services in the world. As a SAR service they are on call around the clock in the North Sea and Baltic Sea in all kinds of weather to recover castaways, save people from danger and care for the sick and injured.