No stopping Lumag’s own brake pad range

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Leading global OE manufacturer and aftermarket supplier of brake friction products Lumag has added to its own brand of brake pads, Breck. This expansion will further showcase Lumag’s leading braking technology for passenger and commercial vehicles, also increasing its car parc coverage. This latest extension of the...
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Leading global OE manufacturer and aftermarket supplier of brake friction products Lumag has added to its own brand of brake pads, Breck. This expansion will further showcase Lumag’s leading braking technology for passenger and commercial vehicles, also increasing its car parc coverage.

This latest extension of the Breck range sees the introduction of 12 new Breck brake pads for no less than 35 vehicle applications, including Mercedes S-Class, Porsche Cayenne and Infinit Q50, to add to its growing catalogue of 436 part references.

It also underlines Lumag’s ongoing commitment to the development of its Breck brand, established 14 years ago as part of Lumag’s aftermarket portfolio. The brand features cutting-edge technology and highest-quality materials which are synonymous with the Lumag name. Designed with LU 700 friction materials and manufactured at Lumag’s modern production facility in Poland, Breck brake pads feature low wear and ensure high braking efficiency, today supplying as many as 10,000 garages across the UK and Europe.

“This latest extension to Breck’s product range illustrates that we are addressing the ever-increasing demands in the UK aftermarket for OE quality brake pads for passenger cars and CVs,” said Colin Smit, Managing Director at Lumag. “We have channelled, and will continue to channel, high levels of R&D investment into expanding and refining our aftermarket programme at our leading-edge factory in Budzyń. Our aim is to bring our brake friction technologies to an even wider audience while giving our global aftermarket operations a significant lead.”

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