Meritor, Inc. (NYSE: MTOR) announced the availability of the first products and solutions under its new Mach value brand that features around 2,000 portion figures for the company’s driveline, generate axle and transmission offerings.
“Meritor launched the Mach line to provide value portion solutions to close-people without the need of sacrificing high quality,” explained Brett Penzkofer, vice president, Aftermarket, North The usa for Meritor. “These products and solutions are the first in an expansive selection of reasonably priced all-helps make parts made to field benchmarks and validated by Meritor engineers.”
The Mach driveline portfolio contains a significant selection of U-joints masking numerous applications. The Mach generate axle and transmission portfolio features gears, shafts, bearings, seals, mend kits and hardware for a extensive range of industrial automobile applications. These introductions include a thorough variety of products and solutions and fulfill the company’s target of parts availability for close-people prior to the close of 2017.
“We will continue on to expand the Mach providing with supplemental solution categories and factors to even further fulfill the demand from customers for value-powerful, all-helps make parts,” Penzkofer extra.
Meritor, Inc. is a top international supplier of drivetrain, mobility, braking and aftermarket methods for industrial automobile and industrial markets. With additional than a 100-yr legacy of offering impressive products and solutions that provide top-quality overall performance, effectiveness and trustworthiness, the enterprise serves industrial truck, trailer, off-freeway, defense, specialty and aftermarket customers all around the globe. Meritor is based in Troy, Mich., United States, and is created up of around 8,200 assorted workers who utilize their knowledge and competencies in production amenities, engineering facilities, joint ventures, distribution facilities and international offices in 19 international locations. Meritor frequent inventory is traded on the New York Inventory Exchange under the ticker symbol MTOR.