Posted April 04, 2016

    Grote Industries 2016 Lighting Systems Catalog Now Available

    MADISON, INDIANA -- Grote Industries’ 2016 Lighting Systems Catalog is now available, featuring over 2,000 Grote products, ranging from Clearance/Marker Lamps and Interior Lighting to Trailer Wiring Systems, Pigtails, and Warning/Hazard items. The catalog also includes a Technical Information section, complete with warranty information, product interchanges, wiring guide, and vehicle lighting requirements.

    “Grote has always tried to be as thorough and concise with product information and customer service assistance through our printed catalog, and the new, 2016 catalog is no exception,” said Grote Marketing Manager Ron Gerlach. “We have updated its look and feel, highlighted innovative and important new products, integrated the print piece with our digital catalog, and offer the most comprehensive lighting, safety and accessory catalog on the market.”

    New to the catalog this year are Grote’s Round and Oval 4-in-1 Stop/Tail/Turn with Integrated Backup Lights, the Radius Light, and BriteZoneTM LED Work Lights.

    “This catalog includes our most up-to-date product selection,” said Global Vice President of Marketing and Sales John Grote. “It is a great resource in addition to our website to give our customers access to product information.”

    The 2016 catalog can also be found and downloaded online in the Customer Information Center.

    Posted April 04, 2016

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