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July 14, 2014
06:36 EDTWBCWABCO announces major deal in Saudi Arabia
WABCO announced that its newly acquired fleet management solutions, or FMS, company, Transics International, signed a groundbreaking contract with Saudi-Arabia based Almarai, one of the world's largest dairy companies. The contract marks the dynamic global expansion of Transics, a market leader in Europe, after WABCO acquired the company in February. Transics will equip Almarai's entire long-haul vehicle fleet of more than 1,300 trucks with its industry-leading fleet management system, thereby, helping the food company to further enhance its fleet's safety performance and operational efficiency. Starting in August, Transics will upgrade Almarai's trucks with advanced TX-SKY on-board computers and install its web-based back office system TX-CONNECT for efficient truck, driver, trailer and cargo management. Transics expects to furnish Almarai's entire fleet of long-haul trucks by 2Q15.
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August 19, 2015
05:24 EDTWBCWABCO enters into long-term supply agreenent in with JMCH in China
WABCO announced that it has entered into several long-term supply agreements with JMCH, a new customer and an established major truck manufacturer based in China that is expanding into the heavy-duty truck segment. WABCO's new business involves wheel-end solutions, including air-disc brakes, as well as conventional brake valves, other brake components and clutch servo technology. WABCO will support two new and separate platforms for the customer's different brands of medium and heavy-duty trucks. Series production is planned to begin in three years for the Chinese market and expected export to Southeast Asia. WABCO China further differentiated its offering for this customer through highly cost-effective wheel-end solutions specially designed to satisfy local market requirements. Among other vehicle safety and efficiency technologies, WABCO will supply JMCH with MAXX air disc brakes. Located in Taiyuan, in Shanxi province, JMCH is a wholly owned subsidiary of Jiangling Motors.

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