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FEC Heliports will display a range of Portable Heliport Lighting systems Heli-Expo 2017

FEC Heliports will display a range of Portable Heliport Lighting systems Heli-Expo 2017

FEC Heliports will be demonstrating their range of Portable Heliport Lighting systems, at 2017 HAI HELI EXPO in Dallas, USA from March 6th to 9th Both MIL-Star® and HEMS-Star® portable rechargeable LED lighting systems are designed for fast deployment in emergency and temporary situations to facilitate safe and effective marking of helicopter landing areas.  HEMS-Star®… Read more »

Source: FEC Heliports, 05-Mar-17

Top 5 Vendors in the Global Heliports Market from 2016-2020

Top 5 Vendors in the Global Heliports Market from 2016-2020

Technavio has announced the top five leading vendors in their recent global heliports market report until 2020. This research report also lists five other prominent vendors that are expected to impact the market during the forecast period. Technavio announces top five leading vendors in the global heliports market until 2020.   Some key factors driving… Read more »

Source: Technavio, 04-Jan-17

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FEC Heliports HEMS-Star® portable LED to be exhibited for the first time

FEC Heliports HEMS-Star® portable LED to be exhibited for the first time

FEC Heliports HEMS-Star® portable LED helipad lighting system to be exhibited for the first time at this year’s National Air Ambulance Conference 2016. FEC Heliports Worldwide Ltd has years of experience in the design, manufacture and supply of portable lighting systems to customers worldwide and HEMS-Star® is the latest product designed for the emergency services…. Read more »

Source: FEC Heliports, 22-Nov-16

FEC Heliports announce two important new contracts

FEC Heliports announce two important new contracts

FEC Heliports Worldwide Ltd announce the sale of the HEMS-Star® portable LED helipad lighting system to the Mexican Navy and the Philippines Navy. These important contracts mark two firsts for the HEMS-Star® portable LED helipad lighting system; as the first sale of HEMS-Star® to naval customers and the first sale in the Central American region…. Read more »

Source: FEC Heliports, 22-Nov-16

FEC Heliports will be exhibiting at the Combat Helicopter Conference

FEC Heliports will be exhibiting at the Combat Helicopter Conference

The MIL-Star® portable tactical airfield lighting system is the upgraded military version of the popular HeliLight System.  FEC Heliports portable helipad lighting systems have been operational in the field for over two years.  They have been deployed on a global scale in the United Kingdom, the USA, Russia, Mozambique, Kenya, Japan, and are used by… Read more »

Source: FEC Heliports, 10-Nov-16

FEC Heliports Portable Helipad Lights and Remote Lighting Controller certified by FCC & CE

FEC Heliports Worldwide Ltd is pleased to announce that their HEMS-Star® portable battery powered LED helipad lighting system and Remote Lighting Controller have achieved FCC certification for operation in the USA and CE certification for Europe. HEMS-Star® is a rechargeable portable battery powered, microprocessor controlled LED lighting system designed for rapid deployment in temporary and… Read more »

Source: FEC Heliports, 12-Aug-16

FEC Heliports HEMS-Star Portable Helipad Lights achieve CE Conformity

FEC Heliports HEMS-Star Portable Helipad Lights achieve CE Conformity

FEC Heliports Worldwide Ltd is pleased to announce that their HEMS-Star portable battery powered LED helipad lighting system has achieved CE certification for the European Union with FCC certification for operation in the USA pending. The HEMS-Star® Helipad Light is a battery powered, microprocessor controlled light designed for rapid deployment in temporary and emergency situations… Read more »

Source: FEC Heliports, 29-Feb-16

Lawsuit against FEC Heliports alleges pad not designed for sub-zero conditions

Lawsuit against FEC Heliports alleges pad not designed for sub-zero conditions

The general contractor on Samaritan Medical Center’s $61 million expansion has filed suit against a subcontractor who installed a helicopter landing pad, claiming the pad was not designed to withstand conditions resulting from freezing temperatures – see article

Source: Watertown Daily Times, 28-Jun-11

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