ClearPlus To Showcase New Products At AAPEX

ClearPlus To Showcase New Products At AAPEX

ClearPlusFrom Nov. 3 through Nov. 6, windshield wiper blade manufacturer ClearPlus will be showcasing its new products at AAPEX in Las Vegas (Sands Booth No. 728). The company invites all who are planning to attend to drop by and see the innovations that have been accomplished since the last convention.

ClearPlus says it has been working diligently over the past year, and has exceeded its product development goals. The company will debut its new Signature Gold product at AAPEX.

Signature Gold is a new product with an Intelli-curve frame structure that keeps the centerpiece rigid and allows flexibility to secondary hinges. This unique product has been designed to enhance contact with windshield at all points, maintaining superior wiping performance in all weather conditions. According to ClearPlus, Price points on the Signature Gold makes this high-quality product extremely competitive. The company is projecting significant market penetration by the end of 2015.

With the integration of the HD product line on the website, ClearPlus says it is keeping in mind the needs of industrial, fleet and traditional customers servicing segments of the HD market. The website now includes an online lookup tool for all HD applications. A print version of the company’s Application Guide, updated through 2015, also is available and now includes both automotive and unique HD applications.

In support of the diversified client base it serves, ClearPlus also has launched a Spanish language option on its website. Spanish is the first in a series of languages the company is currently developing for its website. Other languages will be announced as they go live.

“This year, HD sales and markets south of the border have gained significant traction and we now have the online presence to support that. Rollover to new packaging that communicates a cleaner, modern and consistent color palette across all our products is now complete and getting very encouraging customer feedback,” said Matthew Beadling, the company’s spokesperson.

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