Carmanah Marine

Headquartered in Victoria, BC Canada and Porvoo Finland, the Carmanah Sabik teams provide customers around the globe with access to a comprehensive line of robust and innovative marine lighting products.

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About Carmanah Marine

Since pioneering the world’s first self-contained LED marine lantern in 1996, the Carmanah Marine division has established an industry-leading portfolio of rugged, reliable and patented marine lighting products. Backed by a multi-million dollar marine research and development program, Carmanah Marine lanterns are today’s industry standard for durability and reliability in harsh maritime conditions. Carmanah Marine is an established and trusted supplier to Coast Guards, marine authorities, navies and ports around the globe with over 500,000 installations in over 110 countries.

Carmanah Marine is part of Carmanah Technologies Corp. which includes divisions dedicated to marine navigational aids, outdoor lighting products, aviation and obstruction solutions, solar EPC, traffic products and solar RV/fleet solutions.


Carmanah Sabik: Partners in technology innovation

Carmanah Marine has partnered with the SABIK Group to deliver one of the most comprehensive lines of marine lighting solutions on the market.  From large-scale offshore development projects to ports, marinas and private docks, the Carmanah Sabik mission is to provide customers with access to a complete line-up of robust and innovative “Total Marine Solutions” through a single point of contact.

SABIK is headquarted in Porvoo, Finland with additional offices in Schwerin, Germany and Singapore as well as a representative office in Russia. From its base in the heart of Northern Europe, SABIK has experience supplying product to some of the most challenging waterways in the world. SABIK products are developed and manufactured to the highest quality standards and are proven to perform reliably under conditions characterized by dense fog, high winds, seasonal ice, freezing rain, blizzards, and months without daylight.