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Wabco Launches New Website, Literature Center For North American Customers

Posted on September 18, 2019

Wabco’s new website and literature-on-demand center includes access to literature and video covering nearly 75 Wabco products. Photo courtesy Wabco
Wabco’s new website and literature-on-demand center includes access to literature and video covering nearly 75 Wabco products. Photo courtesy Wabco
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. — Braking control systems supplier Wabco has launched its new North American website as well as a newly designed literature center.

The new website is designed to offer easy access to literature and videos covering nearly 75 Wabco products, triple the number available on the previous site, according to a news release from the supplier. The literature-on-demand center allows customers to download or order different documents, including technical bulletins, sales materials, and product manuals.

“We are excited to launch our new Americas website to provide a quality platform designed specifically for our customers in the region to quickly and easily access information on Wabco, its products, solutions, and services,” said Collin Shaw, the marketing leader for Wabco North America. “The site provides significantly expanded information on Wabco’s leading technologies that support the safety, efficiency, and connectivity of commercial vehicles.”

The website also features separate domain pages for the different Wabco businesses.

“The content on the site is organized to provide solutions to our customers based on their specific applications, as well as reach a Wabco expert through our customer care center or regional sales team,” Shaw added.

Beyond customers, the new website is designed to provide real-time information to other stakeholders, including investors, suppliers, employees and potential new employees, local communities, and the media.

To access the new site, go here.

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