WABCO Holdings, a leading
global supplier of technologies and services that improve the safety,
efficiency and connectivity of commercial vehicles, announced that Daimler
Trucks has extended its long-term supply agreement with WABCO for new
heavy-duty automated manual transmission (AMT) control technology to support
its series production mainly in Europe, North America, Japan, and South
Headquartered in Germany,
Daimler Trucks is the world’s largest manufacturer of trucks over six tons.
Daimler has five truck brands –Mercedes-Benz, Freightliner, FUSO, Western Star
WABCO’s innovative AMT control
technology transforms a manual transmission into an efficient, cost-effective
solution that automatically shifts gears and controls clutch actuation for
commercial vehicles. It enables drivers to focus further attention on road and
traffic conditions, resulting in increased comfort and safety. It also helps to
minimise any performance gap between highly skilled and less experienced
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