In Q2, Eaton’s sales were $5.9 billion, a quarterly record and up 13% from Q2 2022, driven by organic sales growth.
Eaton will celebrate the second-annual World Sustainable Procurement Day, hosted by SPP, on March 21.
Chairman and CEO Craig Arnold was joined by members of Eaton’s senior leadership team to ring the opening bell.
Eaton’s 4-speed medium-duty electrified vehicle (EV) transmission will be used in Proterra ZX5 electric transit buses.
The mechanical locking differential provides drivers with traction without the need for driver intervention.
Now commercially available, Eaton offers more than 450 unique components, including gears, seals and bearings.
Kits designed to simplify installation of Eaton aftermarket differentials.
The new product is available for the 2018 and newer Jeep Wrangler JL and 2020 and newer Jeep Gladiator JT.
The unit is designed to fit the Ford TorqShift 10-speed automatic transmission.
New products developed to help vehicle manufacturers meet new global emission regulations.
Eaton will supply PDUs and Bussmann series fuses for use in a new battery electric light-duty commercial vehicle.
Acquiring the Swiss company will expand Eaton’s EV charging capabilities.