Grote Expands Its Electronics Division

October 18, 2007

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Grote Electronics, a division of Grote Industries, dedicated its new 40,000-square-foot manufacturing facility Thursday, marking the third time the electronics assembly plant has grown since it opened in 1991.

The high-volume manufacturing facility is where Grote's light emitting diode (LED) circuit boards and electronic-based specialty products are assembled. It also houses the Grote Electronics' team of experienced electrical, mechanical and manufacturing engineers who work closely with Grote's supply chain and end users to create viable, practical lighting solutions.
"Bill Grote (company chairman and CEO) accurately predicted how LEDs, which are more energy efficient, last longer, and could better withstand vibration, would improve safety, worker productivity, and simply save money on the bottom line," said Eric Morris, president and COO. "Grote is taking LED technology a step further. Our engineers add value by applying LEDs in practical applications," Morris added.
Grote Electronics General Manager Luigi Tavernese, said, "This year alone, Grote Industries introduced a new line of LED WhiteLight interior lamps, LED forward lighting products and a LED work lamp lighting line, all designed to enhance work place performance."
Grote Industries is a QS-9000, TS 16949 and ISO 14001 certified company. It makes LED, fluorescent and incandescent lamps, mirrors, wiring systems, turn signal switches, connection accessories and reflective accessories. Headquartered in Madison, Ind., Grote also maintains joint venture operations in Europe and Asia. For more information, visit

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