ZF Aftermarket to Showcase Entire Product Portfolio at AAPEX 2018

ZF Aftermarket to Showcase Entire Product Portfolio at AAPEX 2018

AAPEX attendees will have the opportunity to get hands-on experience with ZF Aftermarket technology, the company noted.

ZF Aftermarket at Automechanika Frankfurt

ZF Aftermarket will have its entire branded-product portfolio on display at AAPEX 2018 and the 2018 SEMA Show, the company said.

The company markets its products under the ZF, Lemförder, SACHS, TRW and Stabilus brands.

“For long-term success, it is important to develop from a traditional repair business to a smart mobility service provider,” the company said in a news release. “As ZF Aftermarket will prove during the 2018 Automotive Aftermarket Industry Week, the concepts and products necessary for success already exist.”

ZF Aftermarket strives to provide customers with the latest and most innovative technology, and AAPEX attendees will have the opportunity to get hands-on experience with the technology, the company noted.

Attendees will be able to take an inside look at a ZF transmission with Hololens technology. The advanced technology allows viewers to take a tour through the inner workings of a ZF transmission, viewing each of the unit’s components working together.

After taking a tour of the inside of a ZF transmission, attendees will have the chance to go hands-on with a variety of ZF Aftermarket products, including a ZF eight-speed hybrid transmission, a full TRW-branded corner module unit, a SACHS dual-mass flywheel, Lemförder chassis products and more.

The ZF Technical Training team also will be a prominent feature at AAPEX, offering more than 20 technical training sessions at ZF booth No. 5062 and the Mobility Garage (booth No. 58005). Training topics range from modern driving dynamics to the basics of ZF transmission technology.

ZF Aftermarket will be hosting a technology session at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 31, at the Let’s Tech stage. ZF Technical Training Manager Dirk Fuchs will present “Radar Sensors in Modern Chassis Systems,” which discusses how to identify different driver-assist functions and their operations, while also being able to describe functions and impact of radar and camera systems.

ZF Aftermarket will be located at booth No. 61010 at the SEMA Show.

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