Vega welcomes on board GTS Consulting
Vega AIS Type 3 gets certified in Europe
Vega Can Christmas
Vega is pleased to welcome on board GTS Consulting, based in San Diego, California.
GTS Consulting has strong experience and contacts in the Oceanographic research vertical, particularly along the West Coast of the USA. GTS has extensive experience with a range of technical products used in hazardous environments, which drive smarter decision-making. GTS also represents Vesper Marine, Prime Technology, Xeos Technologies, Seaproof Solutions and Teledyne Impulse.
GTS Consulting’s primary focus will be selling Vega’s integrated AIS + self-contained beacons solutions for the Oceanographic research industry.
Vega CEO Arjen Maarleveld says, "We are very pleased to be leveraging GTS Consulting’s expertise in the Meteorological and Hydrological sector to promote Vega’s latest high-tier aids to navigation telemetry solution.”
It’s an exciting start to 2016 withVega AIS Type 3 recently becoming certified in Europe. This product will allow customers to increase the quality of their AtoN solution while also reducing the maintenance cost when combined with VegaWeb Monitoring.
John Brook Manager of Product Design said, “ It’s great to have completed the certification process for Vega AIS Type 3 units and have them ready for sale. We believe that this product will complement almost all AtoN solutions and will be particularly attractive to customers because a base station will not be required.”
Vega AIS Type 3
Complete AIS functionality
Suitable for remote locations
Solar powered options
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Vega Service Manager Glen Brumby said, “ We’re really excited about offering this online service which we think will improve response times and increase the overall customer service experience”.
Vega is extremely proud of the effort from everyone at Vega HQ who contributed towards the food drive for the local Porirua community.
Vega put the challenge out to staff to bring a can of food in, which would then be matched can for can. The response was massive with the team bringing in 271 cans, resulting in 550 cans going to the local Salvation Army.
Machine Shop Team leader Gwyn Owen said “ It’s been a great initiative and I’m really proud to have seen the response from the whole team. We’re looking forward to doing something next year as well.”