ArvinMeritor integrates ride control ops

Sept. 1, 2007
ArvinMeritor Inc, based in Troy MI, is developing its global ride control businesses as an integral part of the company's overall vehicle stability strategy,

ArvinMeritor Inc, based in Troy MI, is developing its global ride control businesses as an integral part of the company's overall vehicle stability strategy, according to company information.

This development will involve integration of design, manufacturing, and distribution of light-, medium-, and heavy-duty original equipment, as well as replacement shock absorbers and struts.

The newly combined Ride Control business will report to the company's Light Vehicle Systems (LVS) business group. It will include LVS Ride Control, Gabriel de Venezuela, Gabriel de Colombia, Gabriel India, Gabriel Light Vehicle Aftermarket in North America and Europe, and Commercial Vehicle Systems Ride Control, including recreational and industrial applications.

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