São Paulo exchange. Sector: Consumer Cyclical. Industry: Auto Parts. Location Brazil, Caxias Do Sul.

Fras-le S.A. [FRAS3.SABrazil

12.61USD0.01 (+0.08%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

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About Fras-le S.A.

Fras-le S.A. develops, produces, and sells friction materials for braking systems and other products in Brazil. The company offers brake linings for commercial vehicles; brake pads for commercial vehicles, automobiles, and motorcycles; brake linings for automobiles and railway shoes; brake shoes for commercial vehicles and automobiles; and clutch facings, molded linings, universal sheets, and industrial products. It also provides brake discs, drums, wheel Hubs, hydraulic cylinders, servo brakes, repair kits, actuators, and retaining valves for the brake system; shock absorbers, shock absorbers kits, suspension bushing kits, pivots, trays, and ball joints for the suspension system and steering, powertrain; pistons, valves, water pumps, oil pumps, fuel pumps, hoses, air filters, and gaskets for the engine; brake fluids, coolants, antifreeze, anticorrosive, additives, and lubricants; and cardan shaft and accessories, bearings, crosspieces, axles, shafts, repair kits, pinions, crowns, homokinetic joint gaskets, flanges, linkage bars, reaction bars, tie rod ends, steering bars, connection bars, CV joints, side steering rods, rod ends, joints, backing plates, riveting machines, rivets, dies, and iron and steel scraps. The company also exports its products to Europe, South America, and the Asia Pacific region. It serves OEMs and aftermarkets. Fras-le S.A. was founded in 1954 and is headquartered in Caxias do Sul, Brazil.

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