Disc Brake (Pad)

 Market share and supply status

Who Supplies Whom information by OEM region

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ASEAN・India GM Chevrolet Malibu (Korea) 2019 SANGSIN BRAKE Co., Ltd. Brake pad
ASEAN・India GM Chevrolet Spark (Korea) 2019 SANGSIN BRAKE Co., Ltd. Brake pad
ASEAN・India GM Korea Chevrolet Camaro (Korea) 2019 SANGSIN BRAKE Co., Ltd. Brake pad
Americas Honda Acura TLX (USA) 2019 Akebono Brake Corporation Front brake pad set
Americas Honda Acura TLX (USA) 2019 Akebono Brake Corporation Rear brake pad set
Americas Honda Ridgeline (USA) 2019 Akebono Brake Corporation Front brake pad set
China BAIC Yinxiang Huansu S2 (China) 2019 CSG TRW Chassis Systems Co. Ltd. Brake disc assembly
China BAIC Yinxiang Huansu S2 (China) 2019 Shandong Gold Phoenix Co., Ltd. Brake pad
China BAIC Yinxiang Huansu S3 (China) 2019 CSG TRW Chassis Systems Co. Ltd. Brake disc assembly
Europe Volvo Cars Polestar 1 2019 Akebono Brake Industry Co., Ltd. Brake pad
Europe Aston Martin Vantage (FR) (UK) 2018 Aston Martin Engine Plant Brake pad(4.0T)(8AMT)
Europe Audi A3 (Germany) 2018 Lucas Varity GmbH Rear brake pad set
Japan Nissan Infiniti Q50 2019 Akebono Brake Industry Co., Ltd. Rear brake pad set
Japan Nissan Infiniti QX50 2019 Akebono Brake Industry Co., Ltd. Rear brake pad set
Japan Nissan Infiniti QX50 2019 Akebono Brake Industry Co., Ltd. Front brake pad set
 List of suppliers

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Supplier Name Address Major Parts Suppliers Reports Country
ADVICS Co., Ltd. 2-1, Showa-cho, Kariya-shi, Aichi-ken, 448-8688, Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
Akebono Brake Industry Co., Ltd. 19-5 Nihonbashi Koami-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-8534, Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
Anand Automotive Limited 1 Sri Aurobindo Marg, Hauz Khas, New Delhi – 110016, India Major Parts Suppliers image
Federal-Mogul Holdings LLC 27300 West 11 Mile Rd, Southfield, MI 48034, USA Major Parts Suppliers image
Hitachi Chemical Co., Ltd. Grantokyo South Tower, 1-9-2, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-6606, Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
 News
Apr 21, 2019

South Korea-based Sangsin Brake Co., Ltd.’s US subsidiary, Sangsin Technology America, is going to start mass production at its plant in McDonough, Georgia, in May 2019. The capital investment in this project is going to be USD 20 million. The major clients of the plant in Atlanta are Hyundai and Kia’s plants in the U.S., and the company intends to expand the client base to include other automotive brands as well. Sangsin Brake has already begun the full-fledged production of brake pads and other products at a plant in Coahuila, Mexico, and is planning to expand its production capacity to 1.5 million units, investing USD 70 billion. Also, it has signed a contract with TBK Co., Ltd., a Japanese manufacturer, on the supply of the technology worth JPY 10 million and the joint development activities. (From some releases on April 21, 2019)

Mar 26, 2019

On March 22, South Korean manufacturer Sangsin Brake officially opened its first manufacturing plant in Mexico in the municipality of Arteaga.
The USD 35 million 40,323-square-meter facility has been operational since the second half of 2018 with 150 employees, but plans to double such figures with the opening of a second plant by 2021.
The facility currently manufactures brake pads at a rate of 800,000 pieces per year and aims to increase the pace to 1 million by the end of 2019.
The output capacity is expected to reach 1.5 million units per year in 2020.
Sangsin Brake manufactures brake pads, brake shoe assemblies, brake assemblies, brake linings, rail brakes, retarders, tuning parts, yaw brakes, brake systems, brake discs and drums.
The company supplies brake systems for automakers such as Kia, but also serves the aftermarket sector under the HI-Q, Hagen, and Hardron brands.

(Mexico-Now article on March 25, 2019)

Mar 22, 2019

On March 20, 2019, Thailand Prime Minister signed a document to start phrase 2 of the development of Automotive and Tire Testing, Research and Innovation Center (ATTRIC), expected to be completed in 2022.
The center’s completed first phase involves testing of tires under UN R117 standard, while the second phase is designed for testing of vehicles and auto parts. This center will ensure Thai automotive makers of the country’s world standard in automotive and tire testing, in support of carmakers and tire producers in the kingdom. The project is part of the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) development, expected to attract foreign car makers to the zone and would turn Thailand into a hub for the transfer of automotive and tire technologies in ASEAN.
Thai Industrial Standards Institute (TISI) is currently in talks with the Budget Bureau over the budget of THB 3 billion for the second phase development of four fields, which are the park brake field, dynamic platform, skid-pad field, and long distance and high speed field.
(From an article of The Nation on March 21, 2019)