“It’s about connection” PIANC Welcomes New Corporate Members Salix & Sealite

PIANC A&NZ welcomes our latest new corporate members Salix and Sealite.

Salix are an Australian owned and operated family business, specialising in rail products. Their mission is to deliver the highest standard in quality products and service to Australia, New Zealand and LATAM for all types of railways – Light Rail, Metro Rail, Passenger Rail, Freight, Heavy Haul Rail and specialised Crane Rail.

‘It’s about connection,’ says Salix’s David Brady, Account Manager (Gantrex). ‘Joining PIANC will give Salix the opportunity to connect with a huge network of leaders in the Ports industry to understand current industry challenges and how we can create tailored solutions as a leading crane rail supplier in ANZ.’

Salix are the exclusive distributor of all Gantrex products throughout Australia and New Zealand. Gantrex has over 40 years of world leading expertise and product design within the crane rail market providing solutions for ports and maritime as well as rail and mining applications.

Sealite, part of SPX Corporation (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.

Managing Director Michael Walker says that Sealite is excited to join PIANC ANZ and further relationships with key regional customers and partners. ‘The organisation offers a great platform to network and share innovative ideas to help drive our marine industry forward.’

Sealite 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. They offer the widest range of AtoN products in the marketplace.

PIANC A&NZ welcomes corporate, individual and student memberships. Our core purpose is to provide leadership in the field of waterborne transport infrastructure to advance the communities, economies and environments in Australia and New Zealand.

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