Phillips Industries, a leading provider of heavy-duty electrical and air brake components, has been chosen by Daimler AG to provide electrical/trailer cables for their Mercedes-Benz trucks in Europe.
Phillips, known for their innovation and problem-solving processes, was the first cable manufacturer to develop the coiled assembly in the U.S., which has now become the industry standard. Their coiled electrical cables have excellent recoil memory, are chemical and abrasion resistant and are designed to perform in varied temperatures. Because Phillips products are built to the highest quality standard, they are currently specified on 100% of class 8 trucks built in the U.S.
“Daimler has long contributed to Phillips Industries’ success in the commercial vehicle market,” stated Ron Alvarez, director – North America and global OEM/OES sales. “We are honored and excited to have recently been selected as their supplier in the European market as well.”
Please visit us at www.phillipsind.com to learn how Phillips products can make a difference in your operation.
About Phillips Industries
Based in Santa Fe Springs, CA, USA Phillips Industries is a leading innovator and manufacturer of advanced electrical and air brake system components, as well as electronic solutions for communicating vehicle data to fleets and their drivers, for the commercial truck and trailer industry. Phillips’ products are standard on nearly 100% of Class 8 trucks, more than 50% of all trailers manufactured in North America, and can be purchased at virtually all premium distributors. Phillips has manufacturing and distribution facilities throughout the US and Canada, as well as Mexico, China, and Europe. Phillips maintains active membership in key industry associations including TMC, SAE, Heavy Duty Manufacturing Association and various state trucking associations. Their manufacturing facilities have earned the top quality accreditations including ISO/TS 16949 and ISO 14001 as well as multiple prestigious customer awards from Daimler, NAPA, and many others.