HELLA launches website for heavy duty market

Jan. 1, 2020
HELLA, Inc., has just has just launched a new website for its full line of heavy duty products, which also includes a thermal management program from Behr HELLA Service.
HELLA, Inc., the North American aftermarket subsidiary of automotive lighting and electronics supplier HELLA, has just has just launched a new website for its full line of heavy duty products, which also includes a thermal management program from Behr HELLA Service. The website features a comprehensive guide to HELLA optical warning systems, HELLA work lamps, HELLA electrics, HELLA back-up alarms and cameras, AC and engine cooling system components, and accessories.

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HELLA designed its new site as a complete information resource for HELLA heavy duty and fleet applications in Heavy Duty Beacons, Work Lamps, Relays, Horns, Bulbs and Thermal Management for the Agricultural, Construction and Work Truck industries. It also provides in-depth product descriptions along with features, specifications, applications, contents, and ordering information. Downloadable catalogs are provided as PDFs for each product category, along with a “Where to Buy” section, FAQs and testing data.

The HELLA optical warning systems feature Xenon, LED and Halogen-based beacons, light bars, and warning lights. HELLA work lamps are also presented in a wide range of Xenon, LED and Halogen-based configurations. HELLA electrics include relays, flashers, timer modules, horns, and vacuums pumps. The alarm program consists of a full range of leading edge safety systems from Brigade Electronics, including back up alarms and cameras for all types of commercial vehicles and mobile plant machinery. The Behr HELLA Service Thermal Management program offers OE quality replacement engine cooling and air conditioning components (radiators, compressors, condensers, blowers and more) for Dodge, Freightliner, Ford, Sterling, Mack, Navistar/International, and Volvo trucks.

With over 100 years of experience in the automotive industry, HELLA combines its advanced technologies in the field of electronics and LED, to develop a formidable series of products designed to deliver the level of quality, reliability, and durability required to withstand the rigorous of a heavy-duty environment.

About HELLA, Inc.
HELLA, Inc., located in suburban Atlanta, GA, is the North American aftermarket sales and distribution headquarters for HELLA KGaA Hueck & Co. HELLA, Inc. provides world-class aftermarket and special OE support to automotive, marine, and heavy-duty accounts in the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean. For more information, visit www.hellausa.com.

HELLA KGaA Hueck & Co., Lippstadt:
The automotive parts supplier develops and manufactures components and systems for lighting technology and electronics for the automotive industry. In addition, joint venture companies also produce complete vehicle modules, air conditioning systems and vehicle electric systems. HELLA has one of the largest aftermarket organizations in the world for automotive parts and accessories, with its own sales companies and partners in more than 100 countries.

The consolidated annual sales of the HELLA Group are around 4.4 billion euros. HELLA is one of the top 50 automotive parts suppliers in the world and one of the 100 largest industrial companies in Germany. More than 25,000 people work in 70 manufacturing facilities, production subsidiaries and joint ventures all over the world. Approximately 3,000 engineers and technicians work in research and development throughout the company group. Customers include all leading vehicle and system manufacturers, as well as the automotive parts aftermarket. For more information, visit www.hellausa.com.

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