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MITO teams up with NTP to distribute WiFiRanger Sky

MITO teams up with NTP to distribute WiFiRanger Sky

ELKHART, Ind. — MITO Corporation has entered into a partnership with NTP Distribution, a division of Keystone Automotive Operations, to increase distribution of the WiFiRanger Sky to the United States’ dealer network.

WiFiRanger Sky, a BlueMesh Networks WiFi router, combines waterproof engineering with signal-boosting technology for the best outdoor connection.

The partnership allows MITO to continue to supply manufacturers in the RV, marine and truck industries with NTP serving WiFiRanger’s aftermarket dealer needs. With five strategically located warehouses stocked with over 17,500 parts and accessories, NTP has been fulfilling the RV supply chain since 1962.

In addition to fulfillment, NTP offers a number of merchandising and marketing solutions for dealers’ aftermarket needs, including a robust online ordering system.

“They’re the complete package — a one-stop shop for dealers,” said Rod Hire, the WiFiRanger product manager for MITO Corporation. “Partnering with NTP is the best way to reach more of our target market.”

Paired with MITO’s Elkhart distribution facility, central to most of the nation’s RV manufacturers, the partnership strengthens WiFiRanger’s availability, he added.

“The addition of the WiFiRanger to the NTP product offering is one more item that our dealers can offer their customers that is not available from most other sources,” said Jeff Schlegel, Keystone Automotive Operations Category Manager.

A hot commodity for travelers, WiFiRanger Sky has proven to be a great aftermarket RV product, said Hire. Touted as a device that “takes WiFi to new heights,” the Sky strengthens any accessible WiFi signal, allowing RVers to blast past large downloads, stream videos and browse the web, even without being impeded by a low signal, he noted.

And unlike other routers, the WiFiRanger Sky can broadcast a separate, secure signal while receiving a public WiFi hotspot — all without being confined to one location.

“WiFiRanger’s ability to find and boost a WiFi signal is critical for today’s connected consumers. The ability to provide a secure and strong connection is essential for travelers who need to check in without the worry of intrusion into their personal network,” Schlegel said. “Installation is simple. Connecting your devices is even simpler, and tech support is available wherever and whenever you need it.”

To learn more about WiFiRanger Sky and its capabilities, view the digital brochure at

To order the WiFiRanger Sky through NTP, call 800.242.6987 or order online at

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