TecNiq adds manufacturers rep for Canada

TecNiq signed the manufacturers representative group J.D. Wright & Associates.

TecNiq signed the manufacturers representative group J.D. Wright & Associates, which will promote TecNiq’s line of marine, RV, trailer, and fleet and work truck products across central and eastern Canada.

"We're pleased that J.D. Wright is representing TecNiq and expanding our OEM market share," TecNiq senior director of market development Tom Bailey said in a statement. "They have a rock-solid reputation with manufacturers across their territory and bring great energy and experience to their role.”

For more than 30 years Barrie, Ontario-based J.D. Wright & Associates has represented a global line of manufacturers in the marine, RV and industrial industries to grow OEM branding, distributor networks and market share.

Its TecNiq territory includes Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, the Maritimes, and Newfoundland and Labrador.

Michigan-based TecNiq manufactures LED lighting for marine, RV, emergency vehicle, commercial fleet and trailers.


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