NOVI, Michigan, USA, November 15, 2022 – Maxion Wheels, the world’s largest wheel manufacturer, was chosen again by Wabash, an industry leader in commercial trailers and truck bodies, as their steel wheel standard position supplier for another five years.
“Since 2011, Maxion’s lightweight steel truck wheels have proudly held the standard position with our valued customer, Wabash,” said Zeferino Neto, President of Maxion Wheels Americas’ business unit. “To renew the long-term agreement is a strong signal to our team that the high-quality wheels we produce and the customer-centric service we provide are highly valuable for our customer. We are honored to be Wabash’s partner and over the next five years, look forward to further contributing to their commitment to world-class solutions that span the transportation and logistics ecosystem.”
“It’s the collaborative partnerships we have with suppliers like Maxion Wheels that help us perform at our best for our customers,” said Richard Mansilla, vice president of global procurement, Wabash. “This extended agreement not only recognizes the value we place in Maxion Wheels’ product innovation, but also in the trust we have that Maxion will continue to provide us and our customers with exceptional service across our first to final mile portfolio of solutions."
“To renew the long-term agreement is a strong signal to our team that the high-quality wheels we produce and the customer-centric service we provide are highly valuable for our customer."
ABOUT MAXION WHEELS
Maxion Wheels, a division of Iochpe-Maxion S.A., is the world’s leading steel and aluminum wheel supplier. Our low-carbon expertise and energy-efficient designs help cars, buses, trucks, and trailers achieve real-world carbon footprint reductions. Our diverse global teams and inclusive culture powers every advance we make.
Maxion Wheels works with global vehicle manufacturers on wheels for personal mobility, transportation, agriculture, defense, and off-highway applications. Our 10,000 employees operate out of 30 locations in 14 countries on five continents, including state-of-the-art technical centers in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. Together we produce more than 50 million wheels a year, making us the world’s largest producer and supplier of wheels.