AEQUITA, a German industrial group, acquires TMD Friction from its parent company Nisshinbo. Transaction to be completed in Q4 of 2023, subject to approval by the relevant authorities.
With the new Euro 7 standard, non-exhaust particulate emissions come into focus for the first time. Accordingly, from January 2025 at the earliest, strict requirements will also apply for brake and tyre abrasion on all newly registered passenger cars.
TMD Friction honoured for excellent supply chain management – TEMOT International presents award for outstanding delivery performance
Leverkusen, 17 June 2022 Global friction specialist, TMD Friction, has been recognised by TEMOT International for its outstanding supply chain management in 2021 at the Annual Meeting & Executive Suppliers’ Event in Munich (12-15 June).
For many holidaymakers, travelling with a motorhome or camper van means independence and boundless freedom. To ensure this journey doesn’t come to an abrupt end halfway through, the mobile home should be inspected regularly – especially if it has been standing unused for a long time.
Brake specialist expands replacement parts programme with more than 800 new products Leverkusen, February, 01 2022. Leading premium brake technology manufacturer, TMD Friction, has introduced 825 new products across its entire brand portfolio as it continues its drive to provide
The ECE-R90 created standards for the testing and approval of selected replacement parts that were binding throughout Europe. For safety-related components such as brakes, compromising on quality is risky – and, in the worst case, fatal.
TMD Friction’s training courses receive quality approval – Braking supplier to offer high quality, independently certified and approved courses
TMD Friction has successfully achieved the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) Accreditation, offering businesses and industry personnel globally recognised approved trainings for the Independent Aftermarket (IAM).
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.
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.