Source: Randon Companies announcement
GRAPEVINE, Texas — Randon Companies will participate in the Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week Jan. 16-19 – HDAW 2023 — in Grapevine, Texas presenting technologies and products developed exclusively for the North American heavy duty vehicle segment.
Dedicated to the aftermarket, HDAW is the main tradeshow for Fras-le North America. Developed in Prattville, Ala. in 2008, the facility meets the demand for original and aftermarket parts, in partnership with other major organizations in the international auto parts market.
In addition, the company will display brake discs from Fremax, a Fras-le company, expanding their product portfolio.
Together, Fras-le North America, Castertech and Suspensys, all auto-part corporations under Randon Companies, will participate in the tradeshow displaying a portfolio of products developed particularly for the North American market.
Castertech presents drums and rotors for heavy duty commercial brakes, focusing on semi-trailers, trucks and buses.
Also aligned with legal requirements and observing the characteristics of the local market, Suspensys will take their line of components for pneumatic and mechanical suspensions and axle sets for semi-trailers.
About Randon Companies
With more than 70 years of history, Randon Companies have achieved global presence and leadership in the segments of semi-trailers, railway wagons, auto parts and services. The organization is headquartered in the city of Caxias do Sul (RS), Brazil, has 31 industrial units and is present in more than 120 countries, always prioritizing proximity and trust with its consumers, valuing people and sustainability developments.
The company’s purpose is to connect people and resources, generating prosperity and it does this through the companies Randon Implementos, Fras-le, Castertech, Suspensys, Master, JOST Brasil, CTR – Centro Tecnológico Randon, RTS Industry, NIONE, Randon Ventures, Conexo , Randon Consórcios, Randon Corretora de Seguros and Banco Randon.
The group also work in social transformation with initiatives carried out by the Elisabetha Randon Institute to encourage scientific research and the search for new technological solutions by supporting the Hercílio Randon Institute.
The company is part of B3’s Corporate Governance Level 1, ranking among the largest private Brazilian companies.