Grupo Lindley at the Cartagena Boat Show 2015

23-02-2015
In the last two years Almarin worked closely with Dirección General Marítima Colombiana (DIMAR), supplying more than one hundred buoys for the ports of Cartagena and Buenaventura
In the last two years Almarin worked closely with Dirección General Marítima Colombiana (DIMAR), supplying more than one hundred buoys for the ports of Cartagena and Buenaventura

As a part of its continued effort to develop its activity in the South American continent, the Lindley group of companies will exhibit at the Cartagena Boat Show. This event scheduled from 21 to 23 of March will take place in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, one of Latin America's fastest growing economies in a city with a rich maritime history. Lindley will be presenting its new 'Marinas, Ports and Harbours' product catalogue containing a wide range of pontoons, breakwater pontoons, platforms, access bridges, among other equipment for marinas.

This year, the group celebrates 85 years since its foundation, serving and supplying maritime and industrial equipment all over the world. Today three companies form the Grupo Lindley: Almarin, specialized in aids to navigation; Lindley, in floating equipment for marinas and ports; and Almovi in industrial and port equipment. In the last two years Almarin worked closely with Dirección General Marítima Colombiana (DIMAR), supplying more than one hundred buoys for the ports of Cartagena and Buenaventura, and also for San Andrés and Providencia islands, Magdalena river in Barranquilla and the Port of Santa Marta as well as private projects such as Puerto Brisa in Dibulla, La Guajira.

Floating Pontoons
Floating Pontoons

From Lindley Group we build piers to open new leisure spaces in natural locations. The piers are made of materials that adapt to their environment, either with a wooden structure in a quieter setting or with a metal structure designed for more demanding conditions, such as one designed for boarding passengers.

Adapted Sailing Infrastructures
Adapted Sailing Infrastructures

The Lindley Group is strongly committed to the field of adapted sailing. Its goal is to provide floating infrastructures adapted to the needs of people with reduced mobility.

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