Posted November 19, 2019

    New 2019 Vehicle Lighting Systems Reference Guide

    Grote’s New Vehicle Lighting Systems Reference Guide is now being distributed to customers, business partners, and sales organizations. Substantially reorganized to reflect the constantly changing needs of the distribution network, the 320-page document includes information not always found in conventional parts listing material.

    Supporting the needs of our customers, it retains much of the material and format of its previous versions but adds some significant industry information more relevant to the technology changes and customer needs. Highlights include; expanded Trailer Wiring & Communication systems, VMRS codes and an east to use “Grote Platforms” section design for information in one place.

    “We know that to stay current, our sales and marketing tools need to be produced to harmonize with and link to information found on our website and other media platforms,” says Jessica Lackner, Grote Marketing & Marketing Technology Manager. “We feel it’s important to provide safety solutions that go beyond specific products in order to help distributors and fleets realize productivity and profitability solutions that go beyond hardware solutions. That’s why we are continually presenting new and innovative product safety solutions in a more specific family format, rather than listing them individually.”

    Posted November 19, 2019

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