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Last $36.27 USD
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1133 Westchester Avenue

White Plains, NY 10604

United States

Phone: 914-641-2000

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ment services a base of customers from large multi-national engineering, procurement and construction firms (EPC) to regional distributors with various customers. In 2014, this segment’s customers operated in the oil and gas, chemical and petrochemical, general industrial, mining, pulp and paper, and power markets. These customers are geographically distributed with a regional mix of North America, Latin America, the Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa, and Europe. The company utilizes global and diversified sales channel structures. End-users are serviced by a network of independent industrial distributors (primarily in North America) and representatives, which complement the company’s customer-focused direct sales and service organization. The company also has focused channels dedicated to supporting the EPC firms as their needs are different from those of other customers. Competition The company’s major competitors include Flowserve Corporation; Sulzer Pumps; SPX Corporation; Ebara Corporation; The Weir Group PLC; Colfax Corporation; Gemu Valves, Inc.; and KSB. Motion Technologies segment This segment operates as a manufacturer of components worldwide, including brake pads, shock absorbers, and damping technologies for the transportation industry. The transportation industry includes both personal and public transport equipment, such as passenger cars, light and heavy-duty commercial and military vehicles, buses, and rail transportation. This segment consists of two product categories, Friction Technologies and KONI. Friction Technologies provides the automotive market with high-performance brake pads, while KONI provides the transportation industry with shock absorber and damping equipment. Friction Technologies The company’s Friction Technologies business applies research of new friction materials and productive technologies to manufacture a range of brake pads installed as original equipment (OE) pads on cars and light and heavy duty commercial vehicles. Demand for this segment’s products stem from various end customers and automotive platforms worldwide. OE pads are sold either directly to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) or to Tier-1 and Tier-2 brake manufacturers. The company’s OE pads are designed to meet customer specifications and environmental regulations, and to satisfy a range of geographic applications. Majority automobile OEM platforms (car model) require specific brake pad formulations and have demanding delivery and volume schedules. Friction Technologies manufactures aftermarket brake pads designed for the automotive service and repairs market. This market consists of both OE dealers, also referred to as original equipment spares (OES) networks, and independent aftermarket networks. Brake pads sold within the OES network match the specifications of an original auto platform OE brake pad, while the company’s catalog of aftermarket pads feature technology designed to provide up to a range of braking performance levels. Within the service and repairs market, pads are sold either directly to OE manufacturers or Tier-1 and Tier-2 brake manufacturers (such as Continental or TRW) or indirectly through independent distributor channels. KONI The KONI business organizes its various performance shock absorber products into three major product groups, such as Railway Rolling Stock; Car & Racing; and Bus, Truck & Trailer. Railway Rolling Stock provides a range of equipment for passenger rail, locomotives, freight cars, high speed trains and light rail. Offerings include hydraulic shock absorbers (primary, lateral, and inter-car), yaw dampers, as well as visco-elastic and hydraulic buffers. Sales are either directly to train manufacturers and train operators carrying out scheduled train maintenance programs or indirectly through distributors. Car & Racing features performance shock absorbers using the company’s Frequency Selective Damping (FSD) technology. FSD products are used by car and racing enthusiasts who desire to modify their cars for increased handling performance and comfort. KONI car shock absorbers are sold worldwide, through a distribution network that

 

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