TULSA, Okla. – Optronics International released its 308-page 2016 lighting products catalog today (Jan. 14), which features 400 new products and more than 3,400 total items available from the heavy-duty LED vehicle lighting manufacturing company.
Some of the new offerings include LampLock LED anti-theft stop, tail, turn and marker/clearance lamps, the ONE LED single-diode and GloLight line, the Fusion LED combination tail and backup lamps and Opti-Brite work lamps.
“Optronics continues to set the pace for innovation, diversity and choice within the vehicle lighting industry, and the marketplace is responding,” said Brett Johnson, president and CEO of Optronics International. “The new products we’ve introduced in just the last three years now represent 20% of our overall sales.”
In addition to the catalog, which is available on the Optronics’ website, the Tulsa-based company also expanded its one-diode warranty policy guaranteeing that if even one diode fails during the course of its operation, the lamp will be replaced. The warranty will now cover all LED lamps Optronics sells, including headlamps, work lamps and its Panelite Millennium series.
“The expansion of our no-hassles single-diode warranty policy significantly increases the value of every LED lighting product in our new catalog,” said Marcus Hester, vice-president of sales and marketing for Optronics International. “There is not a better lighting company nor a better lighting value in the vehicle lighting marketplace.”
“Optronics is dedicated to delivering better value, better options and better lighting to the vehicle lighting marketplace,” Johnson added. “The price competitiveness, diverse lighting alternatives and stellar product quality represented in our new 2016 catalog underscore our resolve to meet our objectives.”
Optronics last released a product catalog in 2014. Their products are available in Canada and the U.S. through more than 12,000 distribution locations.
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