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Wipac Technology Limited
IndustryAutomotive Accessories
HeadquartersBuckingham, UK
ProductsLED lighting, wipers, aerials
Number of employees
ParentAnrui Optoelectronics
DivisionsUltra Auto Design

Wipac is a British automotive engineering company based in Buckingham. The company resulted from a merger in 1941 of the British subsidiary of the American Witherbee Igniter Company (Wico) and British spark plug manufacturer Pacy to become the Wico-Pacy in Bletchley before eventually becoming the Wipac brand which became well known in the UK for car and motorbike accessories including driving lamps and windscreen wiper blades. Wipac moved to Buckingham in 1959 with 500 employees.[3]

In 1998 Wipac was acquired by Carclo and in recent years became specifically known for LED lights for vehicles including the high mounted stop lamp for the 1995 Cadillac Catera, one of the first multifunction LED tail lamps for the 2001 Porsche Carrera GT,[4] and the front and rear lights for the 2011 Lamborghini Aventador.[5]

The company manufacturers vehicle antennas, producing 1.4 million in 2005.[6]

In 2007 Wipac acquired High Wycombe based Ultra Auto Design.[7]

In December 2019 the automotive lighting business of Wipac was acquired by Anrui Optoelectronics Ltd of China,[8] itself part of San'an Optoelectronics. The optics, eyecare and ultra brands were retained within Carclo.

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  1. ^ Competitions Commission report 18/12/1963 page 125
  2. ^ British Car Parts
  3. ^ Buckingham: A history of a county market town by Vernon & Bonner 1984
  4. ^ Wipac official website
  5. ^ Wipac press release 14 March 2011
  6. ^ The Manufacturer March 2005
  7. ^ Ultra Auto Design official website
  8. ^ "CARCLO COMPLETES EXIT FROM WIPAC BUSINESS". Insider Media. 23 December 2019. Retrieved 16 April 2020.
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