HENDRICKSON AERO BRIGHT bumper introduced for Mack CH, CHN and CHU trucks
January 28th, 2008
JOLIET, Ill. Hendrickson Bumper and Trim unveiled a HENDRICKSON AERO BRIGHT (HAB) bumper for Mack CH, CHN and CHU trucks ” our latest three-piece bumper model. Easily installed to factory mounts, the configuration combines steel chromed canter sections with HENDRICKSON AERO BRIGHT and caps for style , durability and reduced weight.
Matching the luster of the chrome center section, the lightweight HENDRICKSON AERO BRIGHT end caps use thermoplastic poly olefin (TPO) plastic and weatherable paint films with thick-sheet thermoforming technology.
The award-winning HENDRICKSON AERO BRIGHT provides a mirror finish in a dent- and corrosion-resistant material.
In 2006, a HENDRICKSON AERO BRIGHT bumper earned the People™s Choice Award and an Automotive Award during the annual Thermoforming Conference of the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE). It went on to earn one of five blue ribbon finalist positions for SPE™s Automotive Division parts competition in the body exterior category.
For additional information on HENDRICKSON AERO BRIGHT bumpers and grills, headlight bezels and other components, visit www.hendrickson-intl.com or contact Hendrickson Bumper and Trim, Joliet, Ill., 800-356-6737.
Hendrickson, a Boler company, is a premier global manufacturer and supplier of truck, tractor, bus and recreational vehicle suspensions; trailer suspensions, controls and axles; truck and trailer lift axles; bumpers and trim components, and truck, tractor and trailer springs to the commercial transportation industry. Hendrickson, based in Itasca, Ill., continues to meet the needs of the transportation industry after more than 90 years. Visit the Hendrickson Web site at www.hendrickson-intl.com.
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