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Chassis Brakes International
IndustryAutomotive Industry
FateSold to Hitachi
Number of locations
15 countries
Production output
Disc Brakes, Drum Brakes, Automated Parking Brakes, Rotors
Number of employees

Chassis Brakes International was a multinational manufacturer of automotive brakes and brake components. It was formed in June 2012 when the brakes division of Robert Bosch GmbH was sold to KPS Capital Partners[1] and was based in Netherlands.[2][3] It was one of the three largest brake system manufacturers in the world.[3]

The company had factories in 15 countries and had a workforce of about 5200, of which some forty percent were in Europe and the remainder in Asian and South American countries.[3] Chassis Brakes International's French entity was a member of the Fédération des Industries des Equipements pour Véhicules [fr], the French federation of vehicle part manufacturers.[2]

In 2019, the group was sold to the automotive system division of japanese group, Hitachi.


  1. ^ Chappell, Lindsay. "Chassis Brakes reclaims its roots". Automotive News.
  2. ^ a b "Chassis Brakes International (KPS Capital Partners, LP) - Annuaire des adhérents - FIEV". Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2016-01-15.
  3. ^ a b c Amit Panday (18 March 2015). Chassis Brakes Int’l ties up with J Juan Group for 2W braking systems in India. Autocar Professional. Accessed April 2016.