Brake Hose

 Market share and supply status

Who Supplies Whom information by OEM region




 Model year



ASEAN・India・Korea Ford Everest (Thailand) 2022

Hitachi Metals (Thailand) Ltd.

Brake hose
ASEAN・India・Korea Ford Ranger (Thailand) 2022

Hitachi Metals (Thailand) Ltd.

Brake hose
ASEAN・India・Korea Honda Accord (Thailand) 2022

Nichirin (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

Brake hose
Americas Ford Mustang Mach-E (Mexico) 2022

Continental AG

Brake hose
Americas Ford Bronco Sport (Mexico) 2021

Cooper-Standard Holdings Inc.

Brake hose
Americas Ford Edge (Canada) 2021

Dayco Products LLC (Division of Mark IV Industries, Inc.)

Brake booster vacuum hose
China SAIC GM Wuling Wuling Hongguang MINI EV (China) 2022

Sichuan Chuanhuan Technology Co., Ltd.

Brake vacuum hose
China Dongfeng Peugeot Citroen Peugeot 2008 (FF) (China) 2021

Suzhou Nichirin Automobile Parts Co., Ltd.

Brake hose(1.2T)(6DCT)
China GAC Honda Everus VE-1 (FF) (China) 2021

Suzhou Nichirin Automobile Parts Co., Ltd.

Brake hose
Europe Volkswagen ID. Buzz (Germany) 2022

Continental AG

Front brake hose
Europe Volkswagen T7 Multivan (Germany) 2022

A. Kayser Automotive Systems GmbH

Vacuum hose
Europe Ford Kuga (Spain) 2021

Continental AG

Brake hose
Japan Honda N-VAN 2022

Nichirin Co., Ltd.

Brake hose
Japan Subaru XV 2022

Nichirin Co., Ltd.

Brake hose
Japan Subaru XV (e-BOXER) 2022

Nichirin Co., Ltd.

Brake hose
 List of suppliers

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Supplier Name Address Major Parts Suppliers Reports Country
Continental AG Vahrenwalder Strasse 9, 30165 Hannover, Germany Major Parts Suppliers image
Continental Holding China Co., Ltd. No.538, Dalian Road, Yangpu District, Shanghai 200082, China Major Parts Suppliers image
Cooper-Standard Holdings Inc. 40300 Traditions Drive, Northville, Michigan 48168, USA Major Parts Suppliers image
Haldex AB Birger Jarlsgatan 6D 114 34 Stockholm, Sweden Major Parts Suppliers image
Hitachi Metals, Ltd. Toyosu Prime Square, 5-6-36 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0061, Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
Mar 16, 2022

Kongsberg Automotive announced that its Fluid Transfer Systems (FTS) business unit has secured a contract worth EUR 58 million in estimated lifetime revenue and average annual revenue of EUR 14.5 million. The four-year contract covers Kongsberg Automotive’s Fluoro-Comp hose, and stainless-steel braided PTFE brake lines for a global automotive Tier 1 supplier based in North America. The Fluoro-Comp hose is a non-metallic reinforced PTFE hose used for applications, which require low weight and tight packaging. It can withstand extreme temperature capabilities and burn-through resistance. The Fluoro-Comp and the hydraulic brake hose are for the internal combustion engine (ICE), and electric vehicles (PHEV and BEV). Kongsberg Automotives’ two facilities in Suffield Connecticut and Grand River Ohio, USA will produce and supply the products. (From a press release on March 16, 2022)

Apr 20, 2021

Continental AG (Continental) announced that it offered a series of products and solutions to Geely Auto Group (Geely) for the all-new Xing Yue L compact SUV. Continental’s proprietary information display system controllers developed in China separated controllers and LCDs for the first time, increasing flexibility in cockpit design. These controllers also supported OTA updates, function expansion and connection to multiple displays. In addition, Continental provided vehicle-mounted intelligent antenna modules, which allowed network connection and data uploading inside the Xing Yue L. Continential’s IBS (intelligent battery sensors) can help reduce carbon dioxide emissions and increase a vehicle range. Another offering from Continental to the Xing Yue L was brake hose. (From a press release dated April 20, 2021)

Dec 01, 2020

SAIC General Motors Corporation Limited (SAIC GM) planned to recall part of MY2015-2018 Buick Envision vehicles that were manufactured between July 28, 2014 and February 11, 2018 beginning on December 31, 2020, according to an announcement of the State Administration for Market Regulation of China on November 27. A total of 649,357 units are expected to be recalled.
In recalled vehicles, a brake hose connection may have weaker sealing performance after long-term use, due to incompatibility of its sealing performance with the vehicle brake pressure. In extreme cases, it may cause brake fluid leakage and reduce brake pressure, which will negatively impact the vehicle’s brake performance and result in potential safety hazards.
SAIC GM will replace recalled vehicles with improved brake hoses free of charge to eliminate safety hazards.
From a press release of State Administration for Market Regulation of China