ZF Aftermarket launches three new TRW products for Indian market
The products launched in the Indian market are TRW shock absorbers, now made in India, as well as TRW brake pads and TRW brake discs.
ZF Aftermarket, the second largest supplier of parts, services, and solutions in the global automotive aftermarket, has launched three new TRW products in the Indian market, to lend support to the brake repair of passenger cars.
The products launched are TRW shock absorbers, now made in India, as well as TRW brake pads and TRW brake discs.
These brake pads are free from harmful materials, while its production requires less energy and reduces CO2 emissions by using advanced heat plates rather than traditional flame scorching, the press release notes.
The brake discs are produced to precise manufacturing tolerances to ensure zero fitment issues in the field.
Markus Wittig, Senior Vice President, ZF Aftermarket Business Line Passenger Car (IAM/OES) said that the shift in vehicle technology, increased customer awareness about vehicle maintenance, and new regulations for the automotive life cycle will drive the growth for their distributors and workshops relying on innovative and reliable products from ZF Aftermarket.
Andre Scholle, Vice President, Head of India, MEA, CIS ZF Aftermarket, said that with superior performance and durability, the TRW shock absorbers, brake pads, and brake discs are poised to set a new standard for excellence in the automotive aftermarket space."
ZF Aftermarket aims to further drive its next-gen mobility strategy in the region, with these product launches, the release noted.
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