Fagor Ederlan

Fagor Ederlan



Fagor Ederlan Group is a Global Automotive Components Supplier focus on Chassis, IC Powertrain, Electric Powertrain and Structural Components applications. With 18 manufacturing sites worldwide, Fagor Ederlan is a Global Partner for Automotive Industry. The proximity of our plants and human team facilitates the possibility of offering to our clients the best solution to their requirements. 18 production plants in 5 countries - Spain, Mexico, Brazil,  Slovakia and China - define our profile as a global leader in the manufacture  of automotive components.

Experts in product and technology, we have a tradition of more than 50 years in the market offering Iron and Aluminium Advanced Product Solutions. Knowledge of product functionality and our innovative vocation, positions us as a Brake Components Supplier in the main OEMs and Tiers 1 of the  sector. Thinking about the future of  braking solutions, we work to respond to the great challenges in the brake industry with proposals focus on light weight, NVH, PM10 emissions, coatings & finishing of the product.




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PRESS RELEASE: EuroBrake 2021 final programme published, online networking open

EuroBrake Virtual Content Delivery platform (VCD) open now, agenda and final programme published

11 May 2021

EuroBrake 2021 Early Bird ticket deadline approaching – ends 31 March

One week to go to benefit from special reduced price EuroBrake tickets & access to back catalogue of EuroBrake technical papers (2012-20)

24 Mar 2021

EuroBrake 2021 sponsorship filling up fast, exhibitor slots still available

Sponsorship and exhibitor slots still available at world’s largest braking technology and strategy event

23 Mar 2021

Register now for EuroBrake 2021 and gain access to nine years of technical content

Register now for EuroBrake 2021 to access over 400 technical papers that have led the discussion of brake technology in the last decade

18 Mar 2021

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Marc Rettig, Supervisor Brake System Development, Ford Werke GmbH; Dr. Jaroslaw Groch