Maurel’s new responsibilities include managing the PFC Brakes race department, and strategically growing the PFC brand.
Product designed to create longer-lasting friction for today’s last-mile delivery fleets.
PFC Brakes has shifted away from the passenger car market to focus on its Severe Duty and Motorsports product lines.
The company partnered with Supply One to produce the new design and improve the overall recyclability of its packaging.
With this new addition, there are more than 930 supplier brands in OptiCat’s secure data repository for use.
PFC uses the same heat-treating process as it does with its race pads.
Every car in the field will be equipped with PFC’s ZERO DRAG calipers, V3 ZERO FAILURES disc, CarbonMetallic brake pads and RH665 Brake Fluid.
PFC Brakes will now partner with Solenium Group as a software solutions provider.
Don Orrell will report to the president and CEO in this new role.
Due to the increased demand for a longer-lasting friction solution, PFC Brakes has introduced the all new 2018.20 CarbonMetallic brake pad for the 2017-2019 Ford 450 and 550 (front and rear).
PFC Brakes has announced the promotion of Dr. David Mohr to president of PFC Brakes, reporting to the Chairman of the Board and CEO.
With these most recent additions, ShowMeTheParts.com now includes more than 320 brands, covering more than 4,320 part types and millions of applications.