Continental Announces Return And Expansion Of ATE Brake & Hydraulic Parts Program To The North American Market

Continental Announces Return And Expansion Of ATE Brake & Hydraulic Parts Program To The North American Market

The ATE brand encompasses brake pads and rotors, boosters, master cylinders, wheel speed sensors, brake wear indicators, calipers, brake fluid, hoses and reservoirs, as well as wheel cylinders.


Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket has announced that the company is once again offering the ATE brake parts line in the North American market.

The ATE brand encompasses brake pads and rotors, boosters, master cylinders, wheel speed sensors, brake wear indicators, calipers, brake fluid, hoses and reservoirs, as well as wheel cylinders. Continental is a global OE supplier of brake systems and components, and the ATE line offers many genuine OE parts.

According to Dan Caciolo, head of product management for Continental Independent Aftermarket Powertrain & Brake Systems, “The ATE brand has always been a first choice of many of Europe’s premier automakers. By bringing more ATE products and lines to North America, we hope to create excellent opportunities for our customers, both those that are in the import specialist segment as well as those that offer full-line portfolios.”

Caciolo added, “Our OE customers demand state-of-the art performance and quality in all of our ATE brake products. We work to ensure that every one of the products in our ATE aftermarket lines meet the same high standards.”

ATE is an aftermarket brand of Continental Corp. For more information, visit ate-na.com or contact [email protected].

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