Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems

Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems

Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC, a member of the Knorr-Bremse Group, develops and supplies leading-edge active safety technologies, energy management solutions, a full range of wheel end components and systems, plus integrated vehicle modules, air brake charging systems, controls & components for medium- and heavy-duty trucks, tractors, trailers, buses and other commercial vehicles in North America, Europe, and Australia.


PORTFOLIO-WIDE LEADERSHIP COMMITMENTS

Minimum 50% GHG reduction in 10 years
25% reduction in Energy Intensity


BENDIX COMMERCIAL VEHICLE SYSTEMS IS PARTICIPATING IN THE FOLLOWING DOE PROGRAMS:

Better Climate Challenge   Better Plants Program   Waste Reduction Network

Bendix received a 2021 Better Practice Award for developing a zero waste to landfill certification process that led to a 98.5% reduction in the total waste sent to landfill in one year.

Bendix received a 2022 Better Project Award for installing a solar photovoltaic system of 2,612 ground-mounted panels, producing 1.5 million kWh annually and saving 30% of site electricity use, and reducing the site’s total carbon footprint by 19%.

Bendix received a 2023 Better Project Award for implementing a high vacuum distilation system that allows for the reuse of treated water in the plant's damper washing operations, achieving Zero Discharge status and reusing 500,000 gallons of wastewater annually. 

NAICS 336, Transportation Equipment Manufacturing

Date of Pledge: July 2019

Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC, a member of the Knorr-Bremse Group, develops and supplies leading-edge active safety technologies, energy management solutions, a full range of wheel end components and systems, plus integrated vehicle modules, air brake charging systems, controls & components for medium- and heavy-duty trucks, tractors, trailers, buses and other commercial vehicles in North America, Europe, and Australia.

Climate Challenge Commitment
7Facilities
GHG Emissions Goals
50%Reduction by 2030
Progress