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VOSS Exhibits at ACT EXPO 2019!

Posted 5/6/2019

April 23-26, 2019 - VOSS Automotive, Inc. showcased an extensive portfolio of innovative line and connection systems at the ninth annual Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo in Long Beach, California.

VOSS Automotive, Inc. | ACT Expo Booth #1918

As one of the world’s largest system suppliers for commercial vehicles and passenger cars, VOSS exhibited new developments and system solutions in thermal management, pneumatic, manifolds, integrated sensors and thermo-electric devices for on-demand vehicle cooling and heating.

VOSS thermal management solutions are efficient, assembly friendly and provide optimal battery temperature control in electric and hybrid vehicles to maximize the life of LI batteries and minimize assembly time and installation space.

The four day event kick-off at the Long Beach Convention Center hosting OEMs, fleets, suppliers and policymakers as they demonstrated their commitment to reducing emissions while driving innovation and sustainability on our roadways.

With record-breaking attendance, the ACT Expo drew nearly 4,000 registered attendees, 925 fleet representatives and 175 exhibitors.

About VOSS Automotive, Inc. VOSS is a leading tier one global supplier of innovative line and connection technology for vehicle systems. We offer customized pneumatic, thermal management, fuel and SCR solutions for the commercial vehicle, construction, agriculture and passenger car industries. Founded in 1931, VOSS Group is globally headquartered in Wipperfurth, Germany with over 85 years of experience and more than 5,000 employees located in 14 countries worldwide. The North American headquarters is located in Fort Wayne, Ind.

About Advanced Clean Transportation ACT is North America’s leading conference and expo showcasing the most innovative technologies on the market today. The conference and exhibition combines the best educational content in the industry with a cutting-edge trade show floor offering a preview of the latest transportation technologies, fuel efficiency improvement strategies, equipment, electrification and clean fuels.