Thursday, October 29

FMSI Adds Three New Regional Members


Source: FMSI announcement

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – The FMSI board has recently approved three new regional members for 2020: NAN Hoang Traffic, ELIG, and the Ruili Group.

“The information and service FMSI supplies its membership is extremely valuable for a very low initiation and annual service fee,” said organization President Frank Oliveto. 

Following up from the organization’s 2019 AAPEX event, the membership committee has sent out more than 35 applications to potential new members. Many non-member companies may be using the FMSI number system and unknowingly are in violation of the organization’s intellectual property. Oliveto urges these companies and others to apply at FMSI.org and or contact the group’s office directly.

The following companies joined the organization in 2019, 2020

  1. Allied Nippon
  2. Asia Compact
  3. Baofeng
  4. Bapco Industrial Limited
  5. Jindon Automotive
  6. Tianchi Friction
  7. Xinlida Automotive
  8. Mingtai Brake Pad
  9. Fangtian Auto Part Ltd
  10. NAN Hoang Traffic
  11. ELIG
  12. Ruili Group

The FMSI 2020 gold book Library edition will published in August 2020.  Due to the Pandemic the organization has extended the deadline to order books until July 1st.   For the first time the group is offering limited advertising space which is filling up fast! Become a supply partner and become eligible to place an advertisement.

The June 2020 FMSI Brake Weekend in Naples, Fla. has been canceled. For further information, contact the organization at [email protected] and [email protected].

Founded in 1948 as a trade organization, FMSI and FMS are registered trademarks of Friction Materials Standards Institute

The organization created the standard part numbering system for Brake and Clutch facings.

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