Lucidity Group headquarters.

Better and brighter: Lucidity

Since strategically acquiring Optronics International in 2012, the third largest commercial vehicle lighting brand in the US, Lucidity Group has established bases in North America, Europe, and Australia. Read More

Tech Effect: SAF-Holland

Axle, smartphone app and NFC chip – that is all that will be needed to identify parts on the fly. For fast and reliable repairs, SAF-Holland will be using the Near Field Communication (NFC) technology in its SH CONNECT app in the future, turning smartphones into workshop assistants. Read More

Fourth generation EBS: Haldex

The EB+ 4.0 system applies or releases the brakes by responding to electrical signals received from the brake pedal, which responds by using solenoids to modulate air pressure in a closed compressed air system connected to axle-mounted brake actuators. Read More

Intelligent production

In 2019, Fuwa invested about 0.3 billion euros to establish an intelligent and state-of-the-art production line for trailer axles, including the use of robotic arms, automatic equipment, and advanced facilities, and laid a solid foundation for the top value of quality-oriented development. Read More

The future is now: TPMS

The ‘TPMS’ regulation UN ECE R141 came into effect on 6 July 2022 with the aim to improve road safety. In addition to Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS), the regulation also includes TPRS (Tyre Pressure Refill Systems) and CTIS (Central Tyre Inflation Systems). Read More