Icer Brakes to Operate During Public-Health Crisis


PAMPLONA, Spain – Icer Brakes S.A. of Pamplona announced its operations will continue during the coronavirus crisis because the Spanish government considers it a crucial business.

In its statement, the company reported “the Government considers Icer activity essential as our parts are needed for safe road transportation.”

In addition, the statement continued, “Therefore, our production plant, our warehouse and our offices continue working without disruption. We have of course put in place all necessary safety and preventive measures throughout our processes and activities in order to minimize the risk of infection and at the same time we are working together with all our suppliers, employees and transport companies to assure our production level and our deliveries continue as planned.”

Established in 1961, ICER Brakes has solidified its position in recent years as Europe’s leading independent manufacturer of friction material and the best and strongest alternative to the companies that have traditionally dominated this market.

From the very beginning, ICER Brakes has focused its activities to offer the highest quality and service and has worked continuously to improve and innovate its products. With manufacturing plants in Pamplona and Tudela, Spain, today, ICER Brakes produces more than 22,000,000 units and operates in more than 70 countries worldwide.

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Mike Geylin is the Senior Editor for The BRAKE Report. Geylin has been in automotive communications for five decades working in all aspects of the industry from OEM to supplier to motorsports as well as reporting for both newspapers and magazines on the industry.