Meritor announces Mach aftermarket products brand

Meritor announces Mach aftermarket products brand

Meritor announced the Mach brand, a new global aftermarket line of products.

“With a rise in the number of competitors selling products at various price points and quality levels, Meritor’s Mach brand will offer a wide range of replacement part options at affordable prices that are validated by our engineers,” said Rob Speed, Meritor’s president of aftermarket and trailer. “Although the Meritor, Meritor WABCO and Euclid brands will continue to offer the highest durability and lowest total cost of ownership, end-users looking for lower price points from a proven Tier 1 supplier will be able to count on Mach-branded products.”

Designed for second and third owners, Mach-branded products include an assortment of suspension, steering, brake and drivetrain components that will be available initially in North America before the end of 2017 and will launch in Europe, South America and Australia at a later date. Parts purchased under the company’s Mach brand come with a standard one-year warranty and are “exceptionally supported” by the Aftermarket field sales and customer service teams, Speed said.

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