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WABCO and FAW Jiefang form vehicle control systems JV to produce single-piston ADB from 2019

HANNOVER – WABCO Holdings Inc., the leading global supplier of commercial vehicle braking control systems, signed an agreement here on September 21 with FAW Jiefang, China’s largest heavy-duty truck maker, to establish a joint venture for vehicle control systems in China. The JV is expected to begin production of WABCO’s advanced

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Industry players coming together as China V emissions and other tougher standards kick in

WABCO and FAW Jiefang’s strategic cooperation agreement signing on June 26 comes less than a week before China puts into effect the China V emissions standards for heavy-duty diesel vehicles nationwide on July 1. The two events might not be interrelated and it could just be a coincidence, but upon closer

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WABCO expands ECAS technology to China truck market

BRUSSELS, Belgium – WABCO Holdings Inc. announced on September 24 that it will further expand its market-leading electronically controlled air suspension (ECAS) technology – now branded OptiRide™ – to the truck market in China. China National Heavy-Duty Truck Corp. (CNHTC), China’s third largest heavy-duty truck producer, has adopted OptiRide in

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WABCO wins record number of supplier excellence awards in China

BRUSSELS, Belgium – WABCO Holdings Inc., a leading global supplier of technologies and control systems for commercial vehicles, announced on January 12 that it has received seven top supplier awards in China. WABCO received annual supplier excellence awards respectively from Baotou Beiben Heavy-Duty Truck, Beiqi-Foton Motor, C&C Trucks, China National

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Jacques Esculier: Technology, quality and flexibility are crucial to succeed in China

BEIJING – Technology, quality and flexibility are three essential requirements for auto parts suppliers to succeed in China, said Jacques Esculier, Chairman and CEO of WABCO at CBU/CAR 2010 HD Seminar. Chinese suppliers should focus on technology, quality, reliability and intellectual property protection while global suppliers need to build speed

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