Checkers Safety Group

Checkers Safety Group Partners with Innovative Sequential Light Manufacturer Pi Variables

Checkers Safety Group Partners with Innovative Sequential Light Manufacturer Pi Variables

Checkers Safety Group
Pi Variables

Checkers Safety Group, the industry leading safety products manufacturer, announces the partnership with Pi Variables, a leader in premium, sequential traffic guidance systems. As a pioneer in sequential LED lights, Pi Variables holds operations in the US and serves the traffic safety market globally under its Pi-Lit® brand name.

Pi Variables vice-president Daniel Selevan said: "Pi-Lit® is looking forward to the future and what the partnership with Checkers Safety Group will bring. Until now we have been limited in our ability to sell and spread the word of our ground-breaking technology. With the help of Checkers' sales team and global distribution network, we will be able to reach and expand into markets not previously possible."

"We are excited to be a part of Checkers' Monster Motion Safety brand family."

Checkers is committed to growth while providing the best safety solutions to customers. This partnership brings the Pi-Lit® Sequential Barricade Light, the Pi-Lit® 'Ice Cream Sandwich' Sequential LED Road Flares, and the Pi-Lit® 'Sunflower' Sequential Cone-Top Warning Lamp into the Checkers family. These premium products will fall under Checkers' Monster Motion Safety brand and complement the growing traffic and parking lot safety line of products. The combined product offering now includes sequential, battery operated, and solar-powered light options.

Sales and marketing vice-president Steve Gottlieb: "We are really excited to partner with Jim Selevan and Pi-Lit®. The sequential Pi-Lit® technology further enhances our barricade light product offering and provides a new innovative feature to our Monster Motion series products. The sequential barricade light, the Pi-Lit® Cone Top (Sunflower) light and the Sequential flares offer unique features that most competitive brands do not possess."

Pi Variables will continue operations out of their facilities in California under the guidance of its president Jim Selevan.