Seasoned executive joins U.S. leadership team, bringing focus and energy to operations in Pennsylvania.
The company says this new name reflects its strategic vision and family of brands.
Genstar’s investment will support Truck-Lite’s future growth and transformation.
Truck-Lite entered a joint development project with TrackPoint in January 2017 with the goal of communicating information from Truck-Lite’s Light-Out Detection System to a fleet’s back office.
Lumitec is based in Delray Beach, Florida. Since its founding in 2007, the company has grown from a small startup to a market-leading, international LED lighting manufacturer.
“It is always an honor to be recognized for our commitment to innovation,” said Brian Kupchella, Truck-Lite CEO. “We are pleased to stand with some of the top manufacturers in Western New York as we work to promote jobs, development and innovation in the region.
“Brad has been an integral part of the Truck-Lite organization for 40 years,” said Brian Kupchella, Truck-Lite CEO. “His contributions extend beyond the success of this company to the entire transportation safety industry. He will be missed by all who knew him.”
“The successful launch of our fog light kit for the Freightliner Cascadia in August 2017 prompted demand for kits compatible with other truck platforms,” said Errico Paolucci, aftermarket sales director for Truck-Lite.
The fog light is designed as a direct replacement for the Freightliner Cascadia model years 2007-’16.
For the 2018 model year, the new Cascadia, Freightliner’s flagship model, will feature three Truck-Lite components as standard equipment.
An ISO TS16949/ISO 14001 company, NanoMech’s nanomanufacturing processes take advantage of the novel properties of nano-scale (down to one billionth of a meter) to produce products that provide higher performance in many areas, including lubricants, dielectric materials, corrosion protection and other innovative compounds.