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Valsamos – Observer Member
Our company, Valsamos, is based in Piraeus, Greece, since 1965.
We are specialized supplier of photoluminescent marine signs and related products such as safety posters and training manuals, with sales of both rigid and flexible photoluminescent PVC, and full range of high strength bonding tapes.
We are certified with ISO 9001:2015 from Lloyds Register, and our photoluminescent materials have been tested to achieve Lloyds Type Approval Certification for marine, industrial and commercial applications for safety signs and escape route systems.
By our well known expertise and knowledge of current law and legislations, we design and implement complete safety signage and process identification projects, for emergency, safety, accessibility and information signage.
Utilizing in-house printing equipment, we design and supply photoluminescent signs and markings for use in buildings, factories & warehouses, hotels, etc.
We also have the capacity to assist companies to upgrade their visual communication with innovating custom-made quality signs.
We offer fast delivery time with focus on quality service, and a wide range of products under constant development.
– IMO security self-illuminating signs
– Low Location Lighting Systems (L.L.L.)
– Photometric measurements tests on-board according to ISO 15370 (2010)
– Braille code marking for disabled people (ADA & custom signs)
– Stencils of name and ship signage
– Scanning and archiving of files for company filing
– Digital large-scale printing
– Engraved signs