Meritor WABCO receives award from Wabash National Corp.

Meritor WABCO receives Platinum Supplier Award from Wabash National Corp.

Meritor WABCO has earned the 2015 Platinum Supplier Award from Wabash National Corp. for excellence in quality and delivery performance. Meritor WABCO is one of two suppliers to win this award six times–the most of any Wabash supplier. Meritor WABCO supplies the trailer company with SmartTrac trailer anti-lock braking, roll stability and InfoLink data gateway systems. InfoLink supports tag and lift axle control as well as tire inflation communication systems. These Meritor WABCO products contribute to the safety and efficiency performance of Wabash semi-trailers in North America.

“It’s an honor to receive the Platinum Supplier Award which recognizes Meritor WABCO’s commitment to meet our valued customer’s expectations for quality, cost, service and delivery during a record build year,” said Steve Hampson, president and general manager for Meritor WABCO. “As the market leader in trailer air brake system components with our SmartTrac portfolio, we continue to offer innovative safety and efficiency products that support fleet objectives for increased vehicle uptime and improved productivity.”

At its recent annual supplier conference, Wabash recognized key companies that went above and beyond to meet increasing customer demand and maximize productivity.

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