Former WABCO Exec Jon Morrison Joins the Plus Advisory Board
Morrison’s expertise will help drive global commercial deployment of Plus’ self-driving truck technology.
ZF Adds 100th Location to WABCO Service Partner Program
ZF says it plans to add more than 150 new independent locations by the end of 2022.
ZF Completes WABCO Acquisition
WABCO will operate as an independent division, Commercial Vehicle Control Systems, within ZF Friedrichshafen AG.
WABCO Introduces Connected, Intelligent Trailer Platform
The system provides real-time access to anti-lock braking system status, wheel-end health and other actionable intelligence.
WABCO Adds To ADAS Retrofit Kit Offering
Company also introduces enhanced diagnostic software and other products and services.
WABCO Gets Distribution Rights To Aftermarket Products
The entire WABCO North American aftermarket product line, as well as sales, distribution, customer service and technical support, will be provided directly by WABCO in North America.
ZF Friedrichshafen AG Gets Shareholder Approval For WABCO Acquisition
The $7 billion deal was first announced in March.
WABCO, Nidec To Create Commercial Vehicle Industry’s First Electrified Drivetrain Solutions With Fully Integrated Brake Control
Developing a fully integrated, electric drive train solution will enable breakthrough efficiencies across all operating modes for fully electric operated buses, trucks and trailers, the two companies say.
WABCO Outlines Strategy To Sustain Differentiation At Investor Day
The theme of the business update was “Sustaining Differentiation,” focusing on WABCO’s roadmap to serve the industry as it converges on a vision for commercial vehicles to become increasingly more autonomous, connected and productive.
Meritor WABCO Receives Masters Of Quality Supplier Award From Daimler Trucks North America
Meritor WABCO has received this award for the second consecutive year.
Meritor WABCO Hosts Webinar Series To Help Prepare Fleets For Upcoming Electronic Stability Control System Mandate
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates the new mandate will prevent up to 2,329 crashes, 60 fatalities and hundreds of injuries annually.