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Grote Unveils New Product and Technology Information System for Distributors and Installers

Grote Industries has launched a new set of catalogs and training materials for distributors and installers. The new system contains information about the company’s products and underlying technology, including information to facilitate product specification, selection, installation and troubleshooting.

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MADISON, IN– Grote Industries has launched a new set of catalogs and training materials for distributors and installers.

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Grote manufactures LED and incandescent lamps, mirrors, obstacle detection systems and reflective accessories.

The new system contains information about the company’s products and underlying technology, including information to facilitate product specification, selection, installation and troubleshooting.

Included in the new line:

Master Catalog — Complete, illustrated listing of the entire Grote line of vehicle safety products, including lighting, reflectors, mirrors and obstacle detection.

Grote Accessories Catalog – Illustrated listing of all accessories, assortments and merchandisers for necessary connection parts and primary wire.

Technical Reference Guide – In-depth listing of relevant specifications and regulations for all Grote products.

UBS Harness System Design Guide – All necessary specifications for the design and installation of Grote’s patented Ultra Blue Seal trailer wire harness system.

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Inventory Control and Stocking Guide – Movement and coverage information to allow efficient tailoring of inventory for any type of location.

Grote Know How – Volume I: Basics of Electricity and Vehicle Lighting (GLB2003-05) – Programmed Instruction course covering the underlying technology of vehicle safety systems.

For more information, visit www.Grote.com or call 800-628-0809.

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