The Middle East, Africa, Asia & Pacific (MEAAP) region is one of the world’s largest growth markets. That also applies to the automotive aftermarket. Over the coming years, several million vehicles will switch to the used-vehicle segment in China alone, resulting in a huge boom in the aftermarket.
Braking power for vehicles all over the world – the TMD Friction brand universe. Bendix added to the portfolio for the independent aftermarket.
Leverkusen, 20.04.2021. TMD Friction extends its brand portfolio with the premium brand Bendix.
The recipe for success in the crisis: TMD Friction focuses on capacity expansion rather than cutbacks
To ensure that the core business of workshops does not hit the brakes even in difficult times, brake specialist TMD Friction is ensuring smooth supply chains and optimum availability of its entire product range.
Leverkusen, February 17th 2021. Broad market coverage is one of the crucial factors for success in the spare parts market.
Leverkusen, 28 January 2021. Brake friction specialist, TMD Friction, is kicking off the new year with a few changes in its Textar products and services for the Commercial Vehicles sector to meet ongoing demand from customers.
TMD Friction launches GaraShield software platform to accelerate digital transformation of European independent garages.
Leverkusen/Germany, 01. Oktober 2020. Everything that can be digitalised is being digitalised. Independent garages have to face this reality too.
Leverkusen, 24. August 2020. TMD Friction, one of the leading providers of brake technology for original equipment and the aftermarket, has developed new, more environmentally friendly packaging for its Textar passenger car brake discs, which will save 40 tonnes of plastic each year.
Leverkusen, 18. August 2020. TMD Friction introduces “Strong Ceramic” friction material with their Nisshinbo brand. Nisshinbo is one of the largest OE suppliers to Asian vehicles and with Nisshinbo brake pads customers in the aftermarket benefit from this experience and quality.
Leverkusen, 25th of February 2020. The function of a hand brake is clear: it must reliably secure a parked vehicle against accidently rolling away, as well as assist with hill starts. Firstly, the safe functioning of a hand brake requires that it can be fully released at any time.
Clement de Valon has been on board at TMD Friction since September. As of 1 October, 2019, he will assume responsibility of the global aftermarket business.