Breaking Flooring News / TalkFloor News

LED truck, trailer and safety lighting options available from Buyers Products

February 6, 2013
/ Print / Reprints /
ShareMore
/ Text Size+

Buyers Products expanded its lighting products offerings to include a full line of LED lights.

New LED lighting options, for both the OEM and retail replacement markets, were added to Buyers Products primary lighting categories. The company now offers a variety of LED lighting options for strobe lights, utility and work lights as well as truck and trailer lights required by the Department of Transportation.

“The new LED lighting options add value to all of the Buyers Products lighting lines,” said Brian Smith, marketing manager at Buyers Products. “The LED lights have a longer life and shine brightly in each application.”

· Strobe LED light offerings include clear and amber recessed lights, quad-flash low profile lights, strobing light bars, clear and amber surface-mount and bolt-on lights.

· Utility and work LED lighting offerings include clear and amber utility lights as well as rectangle and round flood lights.

· DOT LED light options include truck and trailer marker, stop, tail and back-up lights as well as turn-signal lights.

Buyers Products offers a range of lighting products for trucks and trailers. A combination of halogen and LED options provide a complete selection of signal, utility, strobe and towing lights. Buyers Products also manufactures lighting accessories and electrical components.

Did you enjoy this article? Click here to subscribe to Floor Trends Magazine

You must login or register in order to post a comment.
Flooring News

Gary Titiner, Owner, Family Flooring American of St. Charles, Ill. - Part 3

Gary Titiner, Owner, Family Flooring American of St. Charles, Ill. - Part 3

Gary Titiner, owner of Family Flooring America of St. Charles, Ill. discusses his operation, built after the sale of the family’s multi-store business, and how he reevaluated each element of the new business during its formation. Titiner discusses his retail philosophy, approach to management and store layout. He also shares his approach to social media and advertising.

STAY CONNECTED

Facebook icontwitter iconyoutube iconlinkedin icon