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Haldex launches Midland value line brand in North America

Posted on April 19, 2016

Haldex, with a product range that includes air disc brakes, automatic brake adjusters, automatic brake systems as well as air treatment and suspension systems, is adding the established Midland brand to its portfolio in order to respond to new customer groups in the Aftermarket.

This label forms a product line, which is based on solid and robust engineering, thoroughly tested for compliance with Haldex standards, and all Midland products come with a full warranty, according to the company. Midland products today include actuators, air tanks, air coils and air tubes as well as electrical coils, clutch, fittings, glad-hands and water pumps.

Haldex also offers remanufactured products. Like Nu is the established Haldex brand for remanufactured products in North America. Reman offers affordable and environmentally sustainable solutions. The range of Like Nu products is extensive covering product categories such as air compressors, air dryers, clutches, fan clutch, air conditioning compressors, hydraulics, power steering, starters and alternators, water pumps and wiper motors.



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