Wabco Master Supply Agreement

-The company is a manufacturer of electronic, mechanical and electromechanical and aerodynamic products for commercial vehicles, buses, trailers and passenger cars. -The company develops, produces and markets advanced braking, stability, suspension, steering, transmission control, air compression and processing systems, primarily for commercial vehicles.-On March 28, 2019, the company announced that it had entered into a definitive merger agreement with ZF Friedrichshafen AG. The transaction will bring together two global technology leaders who combine WABCO`s capabilities in the areas of commercial vehicle safety and efficiency, including dynamic vehicle control technologies, active air suspension systems and fleet management systems, and ZF`s leading position in traction and traction technologies for automotive and commercial vehicles. -OptiRide РAir Suspension-OptiLevel РElectronically Piloted Air Suspension-Lift-Lift-Luftfedere-Luftfederung for Cars and LCVs РAir Suspension Air Supply Units for AutoSteering SystemDriveline Controls-Automated Automatic Modular Transmission Systems and Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) announce that M̩rito ex-LS disc brakes (ADB) will be the standard for Freightliner Cascadia truck models by 2025. The award is part of a five-year extension of the current agreement with DTNA, which includes axes, traction chains, drum brakes, industrial products and Meritor`s after-marketing products until 2027. As part of the extended agreement, ex LS brakes will be on four-wheel drive on standard Freightliner Cascadia until 2025. A proposed merger between Wabco and ZF Friedrichshafen AG is to be concluded in the coming months. In addition, Wabco also entered into an agreement to sell HR Sheppard to Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems for $149.5 million. The decision to divest this business, which develops management systems, is made following a review of the proposed merger of Wabco and ZF by the U.S. Department of Justice and a settlement order approved by the U.S.

District Court for the District of Columbia. John G.

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