Haldex relocates Arkansas friction center facility

March 2, 2015

Brake system maker Haldex is relocating of its Little Rock, AR-based Friction Center to a new 49,000 sq.-ft. facility that can produce up to 9,000 relined brake shoes per day.

The company added that its new facility also features an upgraded training room with a complete air brake system display board and a wheel-end stand for foundation brake training.

Currently, Haldex offers a nationwide network of eight friction centers that supply remanufactured brake shoes, new brake shoes and brake lining across North America, with all of them ISO-9001 certified, the company stressed.

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