WABCO Supplies Breakthrough Technology in Air Compression to Another Leading Global Manufacturer of Commercial Vehicles
Series production in Europe is expected to begin by the end of 2012 to equip WABCO's c-comp air compressor on this major customer's heavy duty truck and bus engines that will meet upcoming EURO VI emission standards.
WABCO's breakthrough c-comp air compressor optimally disengages a truck or bus compressor from the engine when the vehicle's air pressure reaches full pressure. As a result, it allows fuel savings up to 264 gallons (1,000 liters) on long haul applications annually while reducing the vehicle's carbon dioxide emissions by as much as 5,700 pounds (2,600 kilograms).
"This new agreement marks yet another series adoption of WABCO's industry-leading air compression technology as we continue to innovate solutions to meet rising standards for vehicle efficiency and environmental sustainability," said Nikhil Varty, WABCO Vice President, Compression and Braking. "Our breakthrough c-comp air compressors continue to demonstrate WABCO's technology leadership through outstanding vehicle operating economy and fewer emissions as we help global manufacturers to provide cleaner, greener heavy duty trucks and buses."
WABCO Fahrzeugsysteme GmbH
WABCO (NYSE: WBC) is a leading global supplier of technologies and control systems for the safety and efficiency of commercial vehicles. For over 140 years, WABCO has pioneered breakthrough electronic, mechanical and mechatronic technologies for braking, stability and transmission automation systems supplied to the world's leading commercial truck, trailer and bus manufacturers. With sales of $2.2 billion in 2010, WABCO is headquartered in Brussels, Belgium. For more information, visit www.wabco-auto.com
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