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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 14, 2014
07:11 EDTWBCWABCO awarded long-term agreement
WABCO announced that it has been awarded a new long-term agreement by a major manufacturer of commercial vehicles headquartered in Europe. WABCO will supply brake actuator technologies for a new truck platform that will enter into new markets in Southeast Asia. Series production is expected to begin in 2016 at the customer's plant in Thailand. In addition, under the extension of an existing long-term agreement, WABCO's factory in Rayong will continue through 2021 to equip the customer's standardized medium- and heavy-duty truck platform, which is manufactured at its plants in Thailand, India and China.

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