Bendix boosts Formula Blue

Jan. 25, 2007
Bendix Spicer Foundation LLC will launch a revamped and all-makes product line of replacement commercial medium-duty and select commercial light-duty hydraulic brake parts under the Formula Blue brand in April

Bendix Spicer Foundation LLC will launch a revamped and all-makes product line of replacement commercial medium-duty and select commercial light-duty hydraulic brake parts under the Formula Blue brand in April.

The Formula Blue product line will expand the Bendix Spicer Foundation Brake offering to include a full line of premium hydraulic parts for model year coverage up to 2007 for a broad range of domestic and import makes and commercial vehicle applications.

Bendix Spicer Foundation Brake said it will use its existing North American distribution, sales and service network to support this effort. Parts catalogs will be available in April.

“The Formula Blue brand’s comprehensive commercial vehicle hydraulic product offering brings one-stop shopping to the next level, and we’re confident that our distributor networks and end-users will find tremendous value in the quality of parts and ease of ordering that they will experience,” said Bill Mossing, assistant gm of Bendix Spicer Foundation Brake.

The catalog will feature an illustrated parts and applications guide consisting of more than 7,000 light- and medium-duty parts. An electronic cross-referencing tool will be available on www.foundationbrakes.com in April.

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