Best-in-class shifting comfort in the smallest space and minimal drag losses for greater efficiency: the new HOERBIGER CompactLINE is revolutionizing gearbox design.
HOERBIGER will present the CompactLINE on June 18 and 19 at the VDI Congress in Friedrichshafen, Germany.
Date: June 25-28
City: Moscow, Russia
The MIOGE is the leading oil and gas business event in Russia. It offers the opportunity for a wide audience of experts to become familiar with the latest developments and technologies in the oil and gas industries.
Visit HOERBIGER in Pavilion 2.2, Stand No. С206.
HOERBIGER cooperates with the large diesel engine specialist L’Orange GmbH. Under the D’BLUE project name, the consortium will operate in the future as a system supplier for injection and control technology for large industrial engines equipped with auto-ignition. The main objective of the cooperation is to become a market leader as a supplier of dual fuel systems. The product portfolios of the two companies complement each other.
Dr. Ralph-Michael Schmidt (left), President CEO, L’Orange GmbH with Johann Hipfl, CEO of the Strategic Business Unit Compression Technology and Member of the Executive Board, HOERBIGER Holding AG.
With the Mokka, Opel is the first German car maker to enter the rapidly growing market of subcompact Sports Utility Vehicles (SUV-B segment). Available with a turbocharged 140 hp gasoline engine or a 130 hp diesel engine, the car comes standard with the manual six-speed M20/32 transmission.
For the in-house production of the transmission, HOERBIGER supplies Opel with complete synchronizer systems, which enhance the transmission's positive properties: excellent shift comfort and high durability, yet great fuel efficiency and low noise.