HDNABI North America Brake Industry enters heavy-duty commercial vehicle market

HDNABI North America Brake Industry enters heavy-duty commercial vehicle market

A new heavy-duty brake maker known as HDNABI North America Brake Industry has announced its entry into the North American heavy-duty market. The new company will manufacture air disc brake and axle system packages.

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A new heavy-duty brake maker known as HDNABI North America Brake Industry has announced its entry into the North American heavy-duty market. The new company will manufacture air disc brake and axle system packages.

HDNABI will begin assembling a new technology-based performance ADB and axle system in its new manufacturing facility located just outside of Atlanta, Georgia, on May 1.

“We’ve been building tested, trusted and proven heavy-duty braking systems for a leading Korean-based automotive company and have recently worked with Hyundai Translead to test and certify HDNABI component system performance. So, expanding to serve the entire North American heavy-duty vehicle market is a natural next step,” said Yon Yu, chief executive officer of HDNABI.

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