Carmanah sells road-signs business to Temple, adds AIS to marine lanterns
Carmanah will focus on strategic solar power and solar LED lighting markets, and has partnered with Micro-Shine on automatic ID on marine lanterns.
To ensure an efficient transfer of processes and materials to Temple Inc., Carmanah will assist with the manufacturing and sales-support functions throughout the 90-day transition period.
According to Carmanah CEO Ted Lattimore, this agreement will allow Carmanah to focus on its strategic solar power and solar LED lighting markets.
As an LED alternative to traditional street and traffic signs, Carmanah’s edge-lit design combines reduced installation and maintenance costs with improved visibility, reliability, durability and energy efficiency over conventional fluorescent signage.
Automatic ID on LED marine lanterns
In other Carmanah news, the company has partnered with Shine Micro to add automatic identification system (AIS) technology to Carmanah solar-powered LED marine lanterns.
|Solar-LED marine lantern on buoy|
Carmanah solar LED marine lanterns are used by coast guards, ports, and harbor authorities, including New York Harbor, the Port of London, the Suez Canal and Sydney Harbour.