The Vega Beacon December 2015

In this issue

- Merry Christmas from Vega
- Vega AIS Units shipped
- Vega Calendars on their way
- New faces on the Production & Repair team
- PEL Webinar 

Merry Christmas from Vega

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all of the teams at Vega.

It’s been an exciting year and there’s more to come in 2016.
We will be closing down from 5pm NZ time on Wednesday 23rd December and will re-open for business on Tuesday 5th of January. 

For any urgent enquiries during this time please contact your local Business Development Manager at

Vega AIS Units Shipped

We’ve just shipped out 11 Vega AIS Type 1 units to our channel partner in Turkey, Asakua.
Vega AIS Type 1 is Vega’s first Automatic Identification Transponder and is more efficient, more flexible and easier to set up than comparable systems, making it the ideal AIS system for your needs.
For more information on Vega AIS Type 1, please contact your regional Business Development Manager or

Vega Calendars on their way 

Vega’s 2016 Calendars have shipped. 

The calendars showcase the pristine beauty of New Zealand and exhibit some of the most iconic maritime landscapes from around the country, where Vega lights are guiding the way. 

It’s not too late to get a copy of the calendar. To order one please email

New faces on the Production & Repair Team

We have been inundated with a large volume of orders from all around the globe, from customers who recognise the 

quality and performance of Vega’s Aids to Navigation.
There’s plenty happening behind the scenes at Vega HQ with new staff coming on board to help shorten our delivery times.

With the new additions to the Production & Repair team, we’re confident in delivering all of these orders and we are looking forward to the next ones.

PEL Webinar

Don’t miss out on the PEL Webinar hosted by the Vega Marketing Team next week.
Places are limited, so get in quick. 
The webinar will focus on:
Sector resolution
Oscillating boundary
PEL Types

Contact for a recording of the webinar.

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