New brands from ELTA on 25th anniversary

Published:  23 April, 2018

ELTA Automotive Ltd is launching two new brands,  VISIONPRO and VXPRO, at Automechanika Birmingham in June as the centrepiece of its 25th anniversary celebrations.

“Automechanika in June is an extremely important occasion in the company’s proud history,” says Managing Director Ian Hallam, “as it will be the first national appearance of our new VISIONPRO and VXPRO brands and mark a turning point for the business, as we embark on the next 25 years of our development.

“As well as providing the opportunity for us to engage with visitors and for them to take a look at the comprehensive range of driving vision/vehicle sense and control electronics products and the contemporary brand design, we are using the occasion to project our technical competence through the show’s seminar programme.”

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