Philips Selected By Automotive Distribution Network To Provide The Latest In Automotive Lighting

Philips Selected By Automotive Distribution Network To Provide The Latest In Automotive Lighting

Philips Automotive will begin offering its full line of automotive aftermarket lighting products, including premium headlight bulb upgrades and LED accessories, through the Automotive Distribution Network (ADN).

Philips Automotive will begin offering its full line of automotive aftermarket lighting products, including premium headlight bulb upgrades and LED accessories, through the Automotive Distribution Network (ADN). The new program was announced by Dennis Samfilippo, general manager at Philips Automotive, North America.

With the new Philips program, ADN members will be able to offer their customers Philips’ complete portfolio of aftermarket automotive lighting products, including accessories featuring the latest in LED technology. The new program includes Philips’ full line of Premium Upgrade Bulbs, which offer customers a choice of up to 100 percent more light or the stylish look of Xenon, Philips LED DayLight Daytime Driving Lights incorporating high-powered Philips LUXEON LEDs, Philips Headlight Lens Restoration Kits, Philips state-of-the-art LED Worklamps, as well as Philips full coverage commercial and retail standard headlamp and signaling product line.

Samfilippo noted, “We are delighted to be able to expand our ADN partnership with this new and exciting program. We believe it will go a long way in helping ADN members significantly increase their automotive lighting sales and profitability by providing a one stop shop for all their commercial and retail automotive lighting needs.”

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