Shock Absorbers Archive
The range of Japanparts shock absorbers from Auto Diesel Electric (ADE) features over 1,600 part numbers with new references added on a monthly basis to meet the latest demand patterns.
Japanparts Group has extended the range of traditional shock absorbers to include a stock of components for electronically controlled suspensions – air springs, commonly known as bellows – and electronically controlled dampers – variable stiffness and damping shock absorbers.
KYB Corporation is now an Original Equipment supplier of shock absorbers to the new Skoda Scala.
Tenneco, a global supplier of ride performance and clean air products and systems, has issued a new master catalogue covering Monroe replacement shock absorbers and related products for light-vehicle applications.
Monroe and the Nascar Whelen Euro Series (NWES) have signed a new sponsorship agreement that will bring the American shock absorber brand on-track with the official European Nascar series. The Monroe brand will be featured on all Euro Nascar cars at all seven events of the 2019 season.
KYB Europe Aftermarket has reached four million views on YouTube for its fitting videos.
UK engine component manufacturer, GT Automotive is now stocking the Maysan Mando range of shock absorbers.
Japanparts Group is expanding its range of shock absorbers, which now covers 94 per cent of the European carparc. Japanparts Group has made a significant investment in its shock absorber range, which is now considered as fast moving product. This year the company has expanded its warehousing facilities, adding 13,000 square meter warehouse exclusively dedicated
Approximately 100 product managers from Tenneco aftermarket customers in 33 countries in the Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) region recently joined Tenneco at the Ascari circuit in Marbella, Spain for a privileged preview of the product line-up in the months to come. The two-day event, called the Product Manager’s Experience, or PMX, included a