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Holland offers CB4000 air suspension with axle system

HOLLAND, Mich -- The Holland Group, Inc., a global supplier of vehicle coupling, lift and suspension system product...


HOLLAND, Mich — The Holland Group, Inc., a global supplier of vehicle coupling, lift and suspension system products to the heavy duty transportation industry, has added a base axle offering to its CB400 Air Suspension platform creating the CB4000 Series.

Introduced to the North American Van and Reefer market in early 2004, the CB400, incorporated an axle alignment feature, a highly engineered cast trailing arm, and patent pending bushing technology on their high-strength slider.

Holland’s new integrated system is being marketed as a CB4000 and serves as the beginning of their 1000 axle series that provides customers with the option of adding an axle to their base suspension offering. Model numbers that are extended to a forth-numeric digit will serve to differentiate suspension/axle systems from base suspension offerings.

“The past eighteen months have been very exciting for Holland’s Trailer Suspension Group,” said Pat McGurk, Director of Holland’s Trailer Suspension Systems Product Group. “We have rationalized the former Binkley and Neway trailer suspension product line offering and are now promoting a consolidated offering of air and mechanical suspension products under the Holland brand. More importantly, the product development synergies of The Holland Group have been leveraged to create new advanced technologies, like SwingAlign, that add significant market value to our broad product line offering.”

The CB4000 Air Suspension/Slider/Axle System with Swing-Align(tm) is now available at most major OEMs in North America.

For additional information go to www.thehollandgroupinc.com


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