Daniamant – Be safe at sea

Daniamant ApS, Denmark
Daniamant in Denmark was founded in 1975, importing diamond tools for the building industry. Our first IMO approved Lifejacket Light was used at sea in 1985 – same year as our first approved Liferaft Lighting system was developed. In 1991 IMO regulations were tightened, making lifejacket lights compulsory on vessels undertaking long voyages. Daniamant was there to deliver, and business grew steadily. Another IMO legislation paved the way for further business growth in 1998, when lifejacket lights were made mandatory on all SOLAS vessels.

In 2005, Arne Gillin, together with Dansk Generationsskifte Kapital, bought into Daniamant, starting a new wave of expansion. McMurdo Ltd’s Survivor Lights division in the UK was acquired in 2006. Comet GmbH’s Lifebuoy Lights business was acquired in 2007. And to strengthen Daniamant’s position on the global market, NTR Holding A/S of Denmark acquired Daniamant Holdings A/S in 2010. Today Daniamant is a market leader of Survivor Location Lights solutions.

In January 2016, Daniamant acquired the SL-300 lifebuoy light and the SL-400 lifeboat light from Jotron in Norway. Two quality products to supplement Daniamant’s survivor location light range.

In September 2017, Daniamant acquired the UK based company EchoPilot, specialized in the design, development and manufacturing of advanced Forward-Looking Sonars (FLS).

Daniamant Ltd, United Kingdom
The origin of the Survivor Location Lights business lies with McMurdo Silver who founded a valve radio company in 1937. During the 1950’s, the company diversified into Marine Safety Lights and quickly established a reputation for quality products. In 2006, McMurdo Ltd was sold to Daniamant ApS, and a new company called Daniamant Ltd commenced trading for the first time.

In October 2014, Daniamant was proud to announce the acquisition of the Assets from Odeo Flare Ltd, a company based in Dorset. The exciting Odeo Flare™ electronic Visual Distress Signals (eVDS) products takes Daniamant more directly into the World-Wide Leisure market, including both maritime and onland opportunities. In addition, The US Coast Guard is leading the World in developing standards for eVDS and Daniamant is at the forefront of this development.  Today Daniamant Ltd proudly hold all necessary approvals for the company and products, including ISO 9001:2008, MED, SOLAS, ATEX, IECEx, ETL listing and USCG.

In January 2016, Daniamant Ltd acquired the SL-300 Lifebuoy and SL-400 Lifeboat Lights business from Jotron AS.

Daniamant Electronics
In 2012 Daniamant acquired Uni-Safe Electronics. The company, now named Daniamant Electronics, was founded by Torben F. Thorsen in 1993 and continues to develop BNWAS Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm Systems and Salinometers used for freshwater generators. Daniamant Electronics export a wide range of different products within safety equipment and electronic communication systems to more than 40 countries worldwide. The company has been appointed as a ‘Gazelle Company’ (dynamic company experiencing fast growth) in year 2000 and 2008. In December 2013, Daniamant Electronics moved into the Daniamant ApS facility at Slangerup, just outside Copenhagen.

Together, the future
Now together, Daniamant is facing the future as an integral part of NTR Holdings A/S. The Company is well placed to grow further organically, by exploiting key opportunities in all sectors. Further opportunities for growth by acquisition will also be actively exploited. Daniamant is proud of it’s past, but excited about the future.



    We test every light manufactured before we ship them and have our own test laboratories. We can produce over 5,000 lights per day and over 50 different product types.


    Systems are designed to be robust and are certified to marine standards. Installation is simple and the systems require minimum maintenance and calibration.


    Systems are designed to be robust and are type approved according to all necessary marine standards. Installation is simple and the systems require minimum maintenance and calibration.