ZF Recognised as “Best Brand” for Commercial Vehicle Transmissions

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Vehicle transmission and safety equipment manufacturers ZF has been recognized for being the “Best Brand – Commercial Vehicle Transmissions”. That is the verdict of almost 6,000 readers who voted ZF as a winner in the ETM Awards 2022. Representing manufacturers, fleet operators and professional drivers, the award recognises that ZF’s drive systems offer leading levels of quality, efficiency and value. 

The annual ETM readers’ poll is widely recognised across the commercial vehicle industry as a strong barometer of a company’s image and its product quality.  Forming a formidable industry-wide judging panel, a cast a total of over 5,978 votes across several vehicle and product categories.

Speaking on receiving the award, Winfried Gründler, responsible for Driveline Systems with ZF’s Commercial Vehicle Solutions division, said, “The remarkable success of ZF’s advanced transmission products, powerfully reflects the trust of vehicle manufacturers, fleet operators, and drivers alike. This prestigious award is testament to our relentless innovation to develop ever more efficient and robust driveline technology.”

Once again, ZF owes its latest victory to its innovative Commercial Vehicle Transmission products. With over half of the vote (51%) ZF retained its Best Brand title in the “Commercial Vehicle Transmissions” category.

ZF’s multi-award winning TraXon automatic transmission system continued to be a decisive factor in the Group’s unbroken record at the ETM Awards. The Group recently announced that half a million TraXon systems had been manufactured in Friedrichshafen alone since production began there in 2014. With proven durability, performance and fuel efficiency, TraXon is equipped with several transmission functions, including ZF’s powerfulPreVision GPS predictive shift strategy. For passenger transport, ZF’s EcoLife automatic transmission supports all daily city bus operations while its second-generation EcoLife Coachline transmission has been specifically designed for coaches.

ZF Traxon with Intarder

Launched on January 1, 2022, ZF’s Commercial Vehicle Solutions (CVS) division has a mission to help shape the future of commercial transportation systems by being the preferred global technology partner to the commercial vehicle industry. Employing approximately 25,000 people across 28 countries, the division powerfully combines ZF’s commercial vehicle systems expertise, extensive technology portfolio and global operations, to innovate and supply components and advanced control systems for increasingly autonomous, connected, and electrified (ACE) vehicles. ZF CVS division unites ZF’s former Commercial Vehicle Technology and Commercial Vehicle Control Systems divisions, the latter being formed following ZF’s acquisition of WABCO in Spring 2020.

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