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TORONTO, ON – Today’s Trucking’s New Products Guru presents his annual, popular, and controversial list of the 10 coolest new products from 2013.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Although it may sound like something from the future, the Bendix Pneumatic Booster System (PBS) is getting close to reality and is the first air management system of its kind to simultaneously improve fuel economy and vehicle acceleration, while reducing engine emissions.
Bendix has released a new and comprehensive air-dryer application guide.
ELYRIA, Ohio — Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems expanded the capabilities of its Webshop by offering two new language options.
Bendix aftermarket kit expands tire-pressure monitoring system
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Five years after Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems first introduced its ESP Electronic Stability Program (ESP), the company has added a wingman.
Kenworth offers aluminum hubs on class 8 trucks with Bendix air disc brakes.
New software applications help technicians diagnose, repair, and recalibrate ABS, traction and stability systems.
Mack highway models are now available with Bendix ABS-6 Advanced including the ESP vehicle stability system.
ELYRIA, Ohio — Bendix’s 2010 Brake Training School is kicking off its tour on Feb. 16 in South Plainfield, N.J., marking more than 55 years of operation.
LAS VEGAS — Bendix CEO Joe McAleese encouraged his fellow truck and component manufacturers to be resilient in the face of a weak economy in North America while preparing for a period of long-term growth worldwide.
ELYRIA, Ohio — The Canadian Trucking Alliance has found an ally in its push for mandatory stability technology on heavy trucks, but the supportive manufacturer suggested the CTA take its request further.
Mack Trucks now offers a new first-of-its-kind electronic stability control system for concrete customers.