News

23/02/2017
Fras-le´s Director speaks at the Asia Brake Conference 2017
 
The Aftermarket Commercial Director of Fras-le, Paulo Gomes participated as a speaker in the Asia Brake Conference and Exhibition, which ended on Tuesday (Feb 21) in New Delhi, India. The event, which is the main forum targeted at the entire chain of the friction material segment, brings together the largest world manufacturers and the area of Engineering, Sales and Marketing, to talk about the future of the segment.
 
During the event, Paulo Gomes talked about the friction material aftermarket in South America, on a stage where other subjects were as well addressed such as academic research, quality of suppliers, networking and trends in After-Sales. 
 
Fras-le has a portfolio of more than 12,000 P/Ns to meet the needs of the Aftermarket and OEMs, both national and international, in terms of brake linings, brake pads and brake shoes for light and heavy vehicles, in addition to clutch facings, brake linings, brake pads and brake shoes for motorcycles, aircraft, trains, subways, and for specialty applications. It also supplies brake components, clutches and automotive polymers. Added recently, the company also manufactures brake discs and drums for light and heavy vehicles, all developed with the latest technology in its modern labs and tested in its own proving ground.  
 

Electronic Applications Catalog

Click on the link below to access the Fras-le Electronic Applications Catalog

Access

Click on the link below to download the Eletronic Application Catalog

DOWNLOAD Instructions
Fechar
  • 1. Click on the DOWNLOAD button and select SAVE;
  • 2. Unzip the file to the folder on your preference;
  • 3. Double-click on the file "instala.exe" and follow the instructions.
Access to Newsletter

To access this content, enter the fields below:

Fras-le's online privacy policy is based on the principles of its commitment to transparency and respect in relationships with its customers, suppliers, partners and visitors. Therefore, it undertakes not to disclose, free of charge or remunerated, any information of third parties