With a 40-year history of producing quality vehicle lighting, Ring has developed a diverse product range for the vehicle conversion market covering everything from hazard lighting to power inverters.
Now incorporating the Carnation Designs and their specialist vehicle electronic management brand genisys, Ring claims it can offer the vehicle conversion sector bespoke and flexible solutions across a number a number of product areas.
Ring’s “one-stop-shop” approach allows fleet managers and installers to reduce their supplier base, streamlining the order process and increasing business efficiency.
Exhibiting at the CV Show for the fifth consecutive year, Ring will be using the 2018 event as a platform to demonstrate how converters, fleet owners and vehicle users can benefit from combining Ring’s lighting and powering products with the genisys power management system.
The main attraction on Ring’s stand this year will be a preview of the next generation of genisys. Visitors to the stand will be able to see first-hand the investment Ring has made into this area of the business and how using android wireless technology will allow users to apply genisys to a wider range of vehicle conversions, saving converters and fleet managers time and money.
Ring will also be using the show to officially launch its new range of inverters. More compact and delivering greater efficiency, the new range comes with LCD screens fitted across a large section of the models and improved connectivity with bluetooth technology for remote control.
Marketing Manager for Ring, Henry Bisson, said: “This is the first opportunity the industry will have to see the next generation of genisys. As a company we have invested heavily in this area of the business and we’re looking forward to being on-hand to answer any questions that visitors may have about the latest developments and our bespoke power management systems.”