Source: Randon Companies announcement
SAO PAULO — Presenting to the market a wide package of new technologies for the main global challenges of commercial transport was the main objective of Randon Companies during the 23rd Fenatran, one of the most important fairs in South America, which took place from November 7th to 11th, at Sao Paulo Expo.
The company exhibited solutions in electrification, smart implements, nanotechnology, and smart composites, among other innovations. The public could check out more than 50 options of products and services in mobility.
“In recent years, we have made important moves to ensure business sustainability through continuous, disruptive, and collaborative innovation, seeking advances in sustainable cargo transport. We expanded our diversified and robust model and, upon Fenatran’s return, we will show the market that innovation continues to materialize in our solutions,” highlighted the CEO of Randon Companies, Sérgio L. Carvalho.
In two stands, the public could learn about and interact with products reserved for Fenatran, such as Randon Solar, a patented energy control and management technology, unprecedented in Latin America. The concept product was developed in partnership with Hercílio Randon Institute (IHR, its acronym in Portuguese) and Randon Technological Center (CTR, its acronym in Portuguese).
Auto parts: innovation and sustainability
The Autoparts business vertical of Randon Companies presented to the market unprecedented solutions for commercial transport challenges. Several launches and updates, with the application of nanotechnology, translate into robust products that are still lighter than previous versions, with gains in competitiveness for the operator.
Synonymous with innovation in electromobility, the e-Sys, a regenerative electric auxiliary traction system, was the highlight of Suspensys. Equipped with technologies developed exclusively by the company and registered in global invention patents, the e-Sys represents an unprecedented advance in the segment of electrification and hybridization of commercial vehicles. At the fair, it was available for sale, with its own battery and VCU (Vehicle Control Unit).
In addition to the e-Sys, the new Unisys pneumatic suspension, for trailers, and the Full Air suspension, with superior absorption capacity that preserves the vehicle’s structure and pavement, are also highlights within a series of innovations in on-board electronics, safety, weight optimization and durability.