Webb Wheel and Leland Brake team up

June 20, 2007
The Aftermarket Business Unit of Webb Wheel and Leland Brake & Wheel Parts have formed a strategic partnership to source and supply a full line of brake system components to the heavy-duty aftermarket

The Aftermarket Business Unit of Webb Wheel and Leland Brake & Wheel Parts have formed a strategic partnership to source and supply a full line of brake system components to the heavy-duty aftermarket.

As part of the agreement, Leland will be adding Webb wheel end components to its medium- and heavy-duty brake systems product coverage. Leland will begin distributing the Webb components in July through its current distribution channels.

“We’re adding Webb drums and rotors to our product offering at the request of our customers who recognize the advantage of a full-line brake system supplier and who demand the quality Webb products offer,” noted Leland vp-general manager Rick Platt.

Webb and Leland said they will also partner on global sourcing initiatives to procure dependable brake components from quality suppliers worldwide. Supply chain and engineering departments from both businesses will certify potential suppliers to ensure they meet the stringent quality standards of the U.S. market.

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