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Lighting The Way To The Future - Grote is a world leader in vehicle safety systems, providing a wide range of components for original equipment manufacturers and the vehicle aftermarket.

Grote products are used as original equipment on semi-tractors and trailers, passenger cars, buses, industrial vehicles, recreational vehicles and agricultural machinery. Grote products are also sold in the heavy-duty aftermarket, the automotive retail environment, and the marine and recreational market.

A truly international company, Grote is headquartered in Madison, Indiana; with additional facilities in Toronto, Canada; Waterloo, Canada; Monterrey, Mexico; and Niederwinkling, Germany. Over 1,000 employees work in every phase of production, from design and engineering to manufacturing, testing, marketing and distribution.

The Grote product line includes lamps, emergency lighting, flashers, forward lighting, wiring harnesses, coil cords, turn signal switches, reflectors and conspicuity tape, back-up alarms, mirrors and mirror bracketry. You'll find quality Grote products on semi-tractors and trailers, buses, industrial vehicles, recreational vehicles and agricultural machinery, as well as in the heavy-duty aftermarket.

And through its subsidiary, Grote Electronics, the company now provides additional capabilities for OE product development, including a multi-function electronic turn signal switch, LED's, fluorescent lighting systems and a new generation of solid state electronic flashers. As industry standards evolve, Grote adapts its systems to meet new requirements and safety specifications. The company's quality control systems can detect product variations of up to 50 millionths of an inch.

Based in Madison, Indiana, Grote operates additional facilities in Toronto, Canada, Waterloo, Canada and Monterrey, Mexico.