Source: TRANSTEX announcement
INDIANAPOLIS — TRANSTEX, a leader of innovation in the transportation industry for more than 20 years, announced that it has settled its lawsuit against WABCO Holdings, Inc. and Laydon Composites Ltd. for patent infringement.
TRANSTEX said it is pleased with the successful conclusion of this matter.
The case, TRANSTEX LLC, et al. v. WABCO Holdings Inc. et al., Civil Case No. 2:17-12793 (E.D. Mich.), was brought to enforce United States Patent Numbers 7,748,772; 7,887,120; 7,942,467; 7,942,469; 7,942,471; 8,292,351; 8,449,017; and 8,678,474. The Patents-in-Suit cover TRANSTEX’s innovative resilient trailer skirts, such as its EDGE SKIRTS® & ez-EDGE SKIRTS.
“We are happy with the settlement deal reached with WABCO and Laydon,” said Mathieu Boivin, TRANSTEX’s CEO. “As we have stated before, we are firm believers in innovation through research and development to ensure our customers obtain the best fuel efficiency results in the industry, which is why we will stand by our intellectual property.”
TRANSTEX respects intellectual property rights, and it has a large international portfolio of patents, which are listed at https://transtex-llc.com/patents/. TRANSTEX will continue to vigorously enforce its intellectual property rights.
TRANSTEX’s line of EDGE aerodynamic devices are sustainable solutions selected by heavy-duty commercial fleets to reduce fuel consumption and GHG emissions. EDGE SKIRTS® are highly engineered and heavily tested for best in-class performance.
TRANSTEX develops and manufactures leading-edge trailer aerodynamic solutions that offer fleets the ability to significantly reduce fuel consumption. A pioneer manufacturer of aerodynamic products, TRANSTEX delivers innovative offerings that improve customers’ bottom line. Located in Indianapolis and operating in the USA, Canada, and Mexico, TRANSTEX has been serving the transportation industry for over 20 years. For additional information, please visit www.transtex-llc.com.