Wood have a lightbulb moment

Wood Auto aims to shine with Osram range

Published:  24 September, 2010

Components company Wood Auto is drawing attention to its choice of bulbs. It offers an own-brand option together with a premium range of Osram bulbs and a choice of work lamps. Bulbs are available in 6, 12, 24 and 48 volt variants and in general and halogen varieties.

Wood Auto boss Graham Heywood said: "As a distributor of starters, alternators and auto-electrical components, we have also found it beneficial to supply a complementary range of lighting products within our ancillary product. Being able to offer market-leading brands alongside our own means we can supply the fast moving value end of the market as well as the premium sector."

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