Meritor, Inc. is offering high-performing N-type brake friction engineered for a range of gross axle weight ratings and validated to offer performance and durability across multiple brake systems.
At NACV, Bosch showcased its portfolio of solutions to develop fuel cells for CVs. The Bosch portfolio consists of essential components needed to implement fuel-cell technology, such as hydrogen gas injector (HGI), Anode recirculation blower (ARB), electric air compressor (EAC) and fuel cell stacks. Bosch is also bringing electrification to medium-range delivery applications. The Deliver-E
Meritor, Inc. has made enhancements to the 14X HE linehaul tandem drive axle and added two more drive axles to its high-efficiency family of products.
Meritor, Inc. has launched its MFS+ 14K front non-drive steer axle, which the company says is the lightest 14,700-pound front non-drive steer axle in North America for linehaul and vocational applications.
Meritor Inc. announced an expansion of its electric drivetrain solutions by launching the 12Xe powertrain for Class 4, 5, 6 and 7 applications and introducing the 17Xe powertrain for heavy-duty 4×2 and 6×2 trucks. “These powertrain solutions from our Blue Horizon product portfolio are engineered to fit multiple vehicle applications to meet customer needs now
Meritor Inc. announced the launch of the lightweight, single-piston EX+ LS air disc brake, a braking solution designed and engineered for linehaul and trailer applications. “After years of development, more than 300 lab tests and over 1 million miles of validation on the road, our EX+ LS air disc brake is designed to offer the
Allison Transmission has launched the 3414 Regional Haul Series (RHS) transmission, and has announced a partnership with Freightliner Trucks in conjunction with the new product. As part of the partnership, Freightliner will be the first to offer the 3414 transmission, which is an enhancement of Allison’s 3000 Series made specifically for regional haul applications.
Power management company Eaton announced its eMobility business will launch an all-new four-speed transmission for heavy-duty electric commercial vehicles to meet growing demand in a number of segments, including pickup and delivery and port drayage in North America, China and Europe. The new transmission, designed for Class 7 and 8 commercial vehicles, is currently in
At NACV, Peterbilt’s General Manager and PACCAR Vice President Jason Skoog took to the stage to talk about the overall truck market, Peterbilt’s market share, it’s electric truck lineup and strategy, make several product announcements and talk service, support and uptime. To start, Skoog provided a end-of-the-year 2019 market overview, a 2020 market outlook and
Peterbilt Motors Company has expanded availability for the PACCAR 12-speed automated transmission. The transmission is now available for use in vocational applications where the truck spends most of its time on pavement or maintained dirt and gravel roads, such as roll-offs, bottom dump trailers and heavy equipment transport.
PACCAR is showcasing zero-emission vehicles at the North American Commercial Vehicle Show (NACV) that runs Oct. 28-31 in Atlanta. Peterbilt Motors Company will showcase its three electric vehicle configurations for refuse, regional haul and city delivery applications. Kenworth will display a fuel cell electric vehicle.
Peterbilt Motors Company has enhanced capabilities and added new features for the next generation Bendix Wingman Fusion collision-mitigation system. The system comes standard on the company’s Model 579.