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Bendix Air Disc Brakes Made Standard on International HV and HX Series Trucks

International Trucks has made Bendix Air Disc Brakes standard for International HV Series and HX Series severe service trucks.

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The Tales Trailers Tell: High-Tech Communications

A growing number of OEMs and suppliers are starting to take a hard look at how to improve the flow of information about the function, health or cargo in a trailer as the latest step toward total logistics transparency.

Bendix Honors Gould with Leadership Excellence Award

Bendix has awarded its communications director Barbara Gould with its 2018 Excellence in Bendix Leadership award.

Panel Talks Major Changes in the Trucking Aftermarket

At the Heavy Duty Aftermarket Dialogue in Las Vegas, industry executives shared their thoughts on the changes they see in the heavy-duty aftermarket.

Bendix Expands Heavy-Duty Aftermarket Brake Shoe Line

Bendix expanded its aftermarket brake shoe line to include a new steel/coreless shoe through its Bendix Basic Friction or Bendix Advanced Friction lines.

Intellipark Takes the Sting Out of Parking Brake Valves

Intellipark can help prevent rollaway incidents and allows for other functions, Bendix says of its upcoming electronic application system. Blog commentary by Tom Berg, Senior Contributing Editor.

Aftermarket Air Dryer Cartridge Uses Recycled Desiccant

Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems’ GC Spin-On Air Dryer Cartridge is a spin-on style air dryer cartridge using recycled desiccant for the aftermarket.

In-Cab Cameras Are Out of Sight, Always in Mind

They began as simple event recorders, but today’s in-cab camera systems are integrating with other systems to add power, depth and an unprecedented understanding to fleets.

When Safety Comes From the Top

For J&M Tank Lines, safety technology is simply a tool in its quest to make sure drivers get home safely.

Second Connector Needed for Tractor-Trailer Communications?

Increasing need for electronic communications between tractors and trailers could require use of a second electrical line, say brake-performance specialists.