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February 7, 2000 | Press release
Haldex ABS system chosen by Utility

Haldex ABS system chosen by Utility Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company, California, USA, a leading American trailer manufacturer, has selected the Haldex Full Function 2S/1M as the preferred ABS system for their trailers. "As part of our continuing effort to supply the industry with the highest quality trailer, we have chosen what we believe is the best performing system available", states Jack Foate, Director of Purchasing for Utility. The Haldex 2S/1M ABS system is configured with 2 sensors and 1 modulator, which means fewer failure points and fewer components to maintain for the fleet. The lightweight system also makes installation as easy as possible. Additionally, Haldex' SLH (Select Low/High) software optimizes stability and allows up to 30% shorter stopping distances in a loaded condition. The Haldex Brake Systems Division, headquartered in Kansas City, USA, is a leading manufacturer of heavy-duty air brake and suspension system components,including compressors, air dryers, air valves, ABS systems, brake actuators, automatic brake adjusters, air actuated disc brakes and brake friction materials.. Haldex is a global supplier of proprietary products for trucks, cars and industrial vehicles, with special emphasis on performance & safety. The Group is listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange and has yearly sales of 6 BSEK with 4,350 employees. The Group has sales companies in Europe, North & South America and Asia. Production takes place at 8 factories in Europe and 8 in the U.S. as well as in India and Brazil. For further information contact Claes Warnander or Lennart Hammargren, phone +46 8 678 72 70. February 7, 2000 ------------------------------------------------------------ Please visit http://www.bit.se for further information The following files are available for download: http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2000/02/07/20000207BIT00290/bit0001.doc http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2000/02/07/20000207BIT00290/bit0002.pdf