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Kingston launches Vanner 110-volt kit program

Posted on August 30, 2011

Kingston Distribution LLC, a full service distributor of a range of 12-volt electronics and accessories to the bus and motorcoach industry, launched the Vanner 110 Outlet Kit Program.

The new partnership will enable Kingston to distribute Vanner's line of commercial and industrial power inverters and pre-packaged 110 outlet kits to both industries.

Kingston will not only supply the distribution for Vanner's line of inverters, but has also partnered with InstallerNet, a nationwide installation company, to provide a complete solution to the motorcoach industry.

Vanner manufactures a range of products, including its popular drop-in scalable systems, which include a range of outlets; an inverter and breaker panels featuring standard 12-volt ground fault outlets; and circuit breakers. 

Kingston and Vanner representatives will be available at Booth #1120 at this year's BusCon Expo, being held at Chicago's Navy Pier Sept. 13 to 14.

 

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