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Akebono expands Pro-ACT, EURO disc brake pad offering

Friday, March 1, 2019 - 09:00
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Akebono Brake Corporation, a leader in automotive brake technology announced four Pro-ACT and two EURO disc brake pad kits. All four of the Pro-ACT kits include premium stainless hardware, both of the EURO kits include required electronic wear sensor.

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“I’m really excited about today’s new part announcement, it’s a continuation of our commitment to include hardware in the box of our pad kits, when applicable of course” stated Kirby Pruitt, Product Development Manager, Akebono.  “Hardware purchased separately is often pricey, again we are including that as a value-add in the box, just like we did last month, and like we did in December, when we reviewed our entire product line and created dozens of new ‘with hardware’ kits.  Today we have over 400 disc pad kits with hardware in the box, we are very proud of that fact”

About Akebono Brake Corporation

Akebono Brake Corporation is a leader in advanced brake and friction material development and production, with a focus on noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) analysis and control. Akebono manufactures a wide range of brake friction materials and foundation brake assemblies, including disc brake calipers and drum brakes. The company’s commitment to innovation, process improvement, quality control and customer service has positioned it as a key resource for leading OEMs, Tier I brake suppliers and the automotive aftermarket. For more information, visit

About Akebono Brake Industry Co., Ltd.

Akebono Brake Industry Co., Ltd. (TSE: 7238), founded in 1929, is a world leader in advanced brake and friction material development and production. The Akebono Group operates R&D centers and manufacturing facilities worldwide, including in Japan, the United States, Europe and Asia. Akebono has been supplying and jointly developing brake systems with the McLaren Formula 1 team since 2007. For more information, visit

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