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AERO CLAD Bumper for the Coronado SD

Release date: 10/11/2013

For Immediate Release

For more information contact:

Mark Slingluff
(330) 489-0050

Hendrickson Releases AERO CLAD® Bumper for the Coronado SD Offering Over 150 Pounds of Weight Savings

Crest Hill, Ill. – Hendrickson Bumper and Trim officials announce the launch of the AERO CLAD® Coronado SD bumper. The addition of the Coronado AERO CLAD bumper is the latest in an entire line of lightweight, corrosion resistant bumpers offered as part of Hendrickson’s All Makes bumper-product offering.

The Coronado SD bumper in AERO CLAD offers a bright mirrored finish that promotes better corrosion resistance and weight savings. Over 150 pounds lighter compared to the OEM steel bumper, the Coronado SD bumper from Hendrickson provides a lightweight durable option to fleets. AERO CLAD is a bi-metal material that bonds stainless steel and aluminum at a molecular level. The result is chrome like finish that will not rust, peel or fade over time.

In addition, the material is much lighter than traditional steel bumpers while maintaining higher yield strength producing a bumper with the utmost durability. Hendrickson backs the durability and quality of AERO CLAD with a five-year limited warranty.

Coronado SD bumpers in AERO CLAD are available today through the Hendrickson All Makes Program and can be purchased through Freightliner dealers. For additional information on AERO CLAD® Coronado SD bumpers and other Hendrickson ALL Makes Bumpers, please contact: Hendrickson Bumper and Trim at 815-727-4031.

Hendrickson, a Boler company, is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of heavy-duty mechanical, elastomeric and air suspensions; integrated and non-integrated axle systems; parabolic and multi-leaf springs; and bumper and trim components to the global commercial transportation industry. Hendrickson, based in Itasca, Ill., USA, continues to meet the needs of the transportation industry after 100 years. Visit the Hendrickson Web site at