Trico's NeoForm Beam Wiper Blade Provides Broad Aftermarket Coverage

Trico’s NeoForm Beam Wiper Blade Provides Broad Aftermarket Coverage

The NeoForm beam blade, Trico's most recent innovation, offers the broadest aftermarket coverage in the beam blade category. The company's revolutionary wiper blade design represents the future of the wiper industry - in both performance and styling.

Ninety years after J.R. Oishei founded the Tri-Continental Corporation, Trico produces nearly one million wiper blades per week and delivers them to more than 90 assembly plants and hundreds of aftermarket distributors.

Trico’s foundation of experience in the OE industry allows the company to forecast the needs of the aftermarket like no other wiper blade manufacturer. As North America’s leading wiper supplier, Trico recognizes what products are needed to support the aftermarket automotive parts industry. The company also works closely with worldwide OEMs, applying the latest in design tools and testing infrastructures to deliver innovative wiper systems for tomorrow’s vehicles.

The NeoForm beam blade, Trico’s most recent innovation, offers the broadest aftermarket coverage in the beam blade category. The company’s revolutionary wiper blade design represents the future of the wiper industry — in both performance and styling.

The NeoForm blades offer durable all-weather performance, while the exclusive wiping element with Teflon resin delivers a longer life and smoother wipe. NeoForm provides a constant, even wipe across the entire windshield with quiet operation. Available in lengths from 16 inches to 28 inches, the blades include specialty wiper arm coverage, such as the new side pin, pinch tab and push button wiper arms.

For additional information on products offered by Trico, visit www.tricoproducts.com.

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