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février 23, 2021

Knorr-Bremse mourns the death of Heinz Hermann Thiele




The entrepreneur Heinz Hermann Thiele, majority shareholder and long-time Chairman of the Executive Board and Supervisory Board of Knorr-Bremse AG, passed away on February 23, 2021, at the age of 79, surrounded by his family in Munich.

février 22, 2021

Preliminary Free Cash Flow in fiscal year 2020 above market expectations




The preliminary and unaudited free cash flow for fiscal year 2020 is around EUR 0.7 billion, exceeding current market expectations of around EUR 0.5 billion according to the consensus of VARA Research.

février 22, 2021

Knorr-Bremse CVS plants in Dalian and Shiyan together produce 1 million compressors in calendar year 2020

  • Knorr-Bremse underlines its position on the compressor market for commercial vehicles in China
  • A joint ceremony was held to mark production of the 1 millionth compressor in calendar year 2020
  • Consistent focus on development and production of compressors for vehicles, in line with Chinese laws and regulations, keeps pace with growing demand

Knorr-Bremse Braking Systems for Commercial Vehicles (Dalian) Co., Ltd and Knorr-Bremse DETC Commercial Vehicle Braking Technology Co., Ltd together recently celebrated the production record of 1 million compressors for commercial vehicles by the two locations in the calendar year 2020.

This marks a milestone in Knorr-Bremse’s drive to keep pace with accelerating customer demand for core parts in China. Knorr-Bremse is the global market leader for braking systems and a leading supplier of other rail and commercial vehicle systems.

février 22, 2021

Sustainable public transportation: Pescara to introduce new e-bus system with IMC®500 technology from Kiepe Electric

  • New overhead wire system to link Italian cities of Pescara and Montesilvano on the Adriatic coast with IMC
  • Consortium of Kiepe Electric and Van Hool to supply six zero-emission 18-meter buses with IMC® technology to Pescara public transportation operators TUA.
  • The IMC500 buses will also serve destinations without overhead lines

The new overhead wire system in the Italian city of Pescara will in future charge battery-powered buses equipped with In Motion Charging (IMC®) technology from Kiepe Electric, a subsidiary of Knorr-Bremse AG, the global market leader for braking systems and other systems for rail and commercial vehicles.

From mid-2022, a consortium of Kiepe Electric and renowned Belgian bus and commercial vehicle manufacturer Van Hool is to supply six zero-emission 18-meter Exqui.City buses with IMC® technology to Pescara public transportation operators TUA.

février 15, 2021

Sheppard™ Replacement Steering Components Help Round Out Bendix Aftermarket Offerings, Reinforce One-Stop Shopping Convenience

Service New and Remanufactured Parts Deliver Reliability and Support Uptime

février 08, 2021

Electric mobility: Knorr-Bremse Sets Up The eCUBATOR®, A New Development Unit

janvier 26, 2021

Bendix Expands Fleet Access To Upgrade Program, Delivering Advanced Safety Systems For In-Service Vehicles

Broadening Its Network of Authorized Upgrade Centers, Bendix Boosts Opportunities for Fleets to Receive Custom-Engineered Upgrades and Robust Post-Installation Support

janvier 25, 2021

Bendix Launches New E-Commerce Website, B2Bendix.com

New Features and Functions Make It Easier to Search for Products, Order Online, Determine Warranty Eligibility, Access Documents, and More

janvier 14, 2021

CDP Rating: Knorr-Bremse Attains Leadership Level In Climate Protection

Bendix's parent company, Knorr-Bremse, has been awarded an “A-” rating for its climate protection measures by global not-for-profit environmental organization CDP (formerly Carbon Disclosure Project). This puts KB at CDP’s Leadership level, ranking among the top 13 percent of its peer group.

décembre 15, 2020

Bendix At 90: A Legacy Of Safety, A Future Of Possibility, And Making A Difference Every Mile Of Every Day

Building on History to Craft a Safer Tomorrow

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