MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers Brake Manufacturers Council (BMC) to host summer meeting at Brake Weekend in Naples, Fla.

This MEMA Brake Manufacturers Council event promises engaging discussions on industry trends, regulatory updates related to brake materials and emissions and the future of maintaining and repairing braking systems, the organization says.


MEMA’s Brake Manufacturers Council (BMC) will host its 2024 Summer Meeting at Brake Weekend in Naples, Fla. on May 31, 2024. This MEMA Brake Manufacturers Council event promises engaging discussions on industry trends, regulatory updates related to brake materials and emissions and the future of maintaining and repairing braking systems, the organization says.

Agenda highlights include:
•Regulatory Updates: Dive into discussions on brake materials and emissions, including the BMC Brake Wear Emissions sub-committee’s CARB discussions and updates on the Euro 7 standards.
•Innovations in Braking: Explore insights on braking system maintenance and repair for electric and hybrid electric vehicles.
•Supply Chain Strategies: A session dedicated to understanding and mitigating global supply chain risks.

The meeting is open exclusively to MEMA BMC member companies, allowing multiple employees from a member company to participate. It’s a unique opportunity to learn from and network with leaders in the braking industry.

Eligibility to join the BMC is extended to established North American firms of good repute and sound financial condition, as well as members of MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers and/or MEMA Original Equipment Suppliers.

For more information about the meeting, joining the BMC or to apply, please visit mema.org/bmc or contact Susan Pase at spase@mema.org. MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers thanks to sponsor Link Engineering for its support.


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