Jason Kraus is Senior Manager, Brake Components for Meritor. In this episode, Brian Hagman and Jason discuss a variety of commercial vehicle brake topics including the differences in the Original Equipment and Aftermarket sales process.

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About Meritor

Meritor is a leading global supplier of drivetrain, mobility, braking, and aftermarket solutions for commercial vehicle and industrial markets. With years of experience engineering innovative products that offer superior performance, efficiency, and reliability, our team is equipped to deliver. Common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol MTOR.

The Troy facility includes Meritor’s corporate headquarters and senior executive staff, the Global Technical Center and testing labs. Business groups such as Global Commercial Truck, Global Aftermarket, Off-Highway and Defense & Specialty and Trailer are located within the campus. It also houses key functions such as Finance, Procurement, Engineering, Global Product Management, Human Services, Information Systems, Legal, Marketing & Communications, Global Quality, Sales & Service.

About The BRAKE Report

The BRAKE Report is the leading source of news & information for the global brake industry. Our mission is to inform, engage, and connect you – the most avid members of the brake community.

Through the website, newsletter, and social media, The Brake Report connects daily with thousands of brake industry executives and professionals located in over 100 countries — from C-level executives to highly engaged professionals in all functional areas, including sales, marketing, engineering, operations, product management, finance, and supply chain management.

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