ZF RETURNS TO THE LIVE SCENE WITH ITS LATEST PRODUCT OFFERINGS

Global technology company ZF recently showcased its newest products in Brisbane

After a hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic, ZF Services Australia has re-emerged on the live expo scene with two simultaneous showcases presented at the Brisbane Truck Show and Civil Construction Field Days.
“It’s fantastic that ZF Services Australia has returned to the live expo space, and to successfully display at two concurrent events is a credit to everyone within the organisation,” ZF Services Australia Managing Director, Mark Lowe, said.
More than 31,000 visitors made their way to the Brisbane Truck Show over four days to experience the Southern Hemisphere’s biggest transport gathering.
ZF showcased its latest products with an emphasis on the ZF TraXon transmission—the world’s first modular truck transmission.
ZF describes the advanced design as “future-proofed” with GPS-based connectivity and optional predictive maintenance functions. Speaking on this live event, Mark stated, “The Brisbane Truck Show is world renowned as an essential platform for the industry to meet, and for ZF, it was a prime opportunity to present new products and brands to the market. This included a preview of the new TRW Commercial Vehicle brake pad range, which will be launched locally later in the year, as well as the first time for the WABCO brand to be presented within the ZF family.”
Mark also spoke about ZF’s presentation at the Civil Construction Field Days, calling it a “prime occasion to showcase our services and products, and demonstrate our commitment to an ever-important area for the company.”
He went on to say, “Outside of showcasing our repair capabilities and promoting our outstanding local workshop capabilities over the three days of the event, it was a tremendous opportunity to make contact with a wide range of leaders in that field.”
This event was also held in Brisbane, and this year’s showcase was the first time ZF displayed its service offering in the Off-Highway segment.
At both events, ZF highlighted its Australian-based workshop offering and remanufactured transmissions.
ZF says that it uses between 50 and 90 percent less material in its remanufacturing process compared to the production of equivalent new units.
This cuts CO2 emissions by about 90 percent and reduces manufacturing energy consumption.

Further information on ZF’s product and workshop service is available through zf.com/au or by calling 1800 ZF SALES (1800 93 72537).