Tenneco has launched an extensive print and digital advertising campaign highlighting several important quality, performance and value benefits often missing from ride control products that don’t carry the trusted Monroe brand.
Tenneco has announced the expansion of its Monroe Shocks and Struts product line with the introduction of 27 new part numbers, including 21 new premium Monroe Quick-Strut strut assemblies, three new Monroe OESpectrum shocks and struts and three new Gas-Magnum light truck shocks.
The announcement follows the decision by Joe Pomaranski, senior vice president and general manager, Global Aftermarket, to retire from Tenneco. Pomaranski had been leading the North America Aftermarket organization on an interim basis.
Tenneco’s Walker Emissions Control brand has received the first California Air Resources Board (CARB) executive order authorizing the production and sale of replacement catalytic converters for the U.S. LEV1 SULEV classification.
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