Ocean Signal is reporting its most successful METS yet after launching new safety devices at this year’s show to further expand its compact range of products. The company also presented its DAME-nominated rescueME MOB1 and new rescueME EDF1 Electronic Distress Flare.
Exhibiting in the British Pavilion, the UK communication and safety at sea specialist reported high interest in its latest products – the M100 and M100X MSLD (Maritime Survivor Locating Device) and the AIS Alarm Box.
Ocean Signal Managing Director Alan Wrigley and Director Simon Nolan were among the company’s team available on the stand to introduce and discuss the products with distributors, dealers, customers and visitors.
“The value of METS as a platform to showcase our products and gauge the reaction of potential users and partners continues to increase every year as we, as a company, grow and expand our range,” said Wrigley.
“We were delighted with the feedback about our products, including the DAME nominated rescueME MOB1 and rescueME EDF1, and also welcomed the positive response to our new devices, the M100 MSLD and AIS Alarm Box. Both of these products attracted significant interest from visitors, proving that METS remains an ideal show for us to engage with established customers as well as new contacts.
“Throughout the show, people consistently commented on how recognisable our products are due to their compact and easy-to-use design which is very satisfying for our engineering team to hear. We continue to incorporate this ethos into the development of our products going forward and I am sure METS will continue to be a key show for us in years to come.”
New at METS this year, Ocean Signal introduced the M100 and M100X Maritime Survivor Locating Device (MSLD), with Automatic Identification System (AIS) and 121.5MHz homing beacon, and the AIS Alarm Box for visual and audible indication the moment any AIS-MOB or AIS-SART signal is received.
For more information on Ocean Signal’s range of products, please go to the website at www.oceansignal.com.