FMSI Honors DFC for a Fourth Consecutive Year!

Cerritos California based brake parts manufacturer DFC (Dynamic Friction Company) announced that it has once again been honored by FMSI (Friction Materials and Standards Institute) annual 2020 award for New Assignments and Applications. This marks the fourth consecutive year DFC has been recognized for its contribution to the brake industry by FMSI. DFC not only provided the industry with the most new vehicle friction applications, but also accomplished surpassing the previous years submissions from 200 to 252 new vehicle applications.

FMSI has a 70 year tradition of providing the automotive aftermarket industry with the most recognized standardization of original equipment part numbers utilized virtually universally by brake component manufacturers and suppliers. FMSI works closely with manufacturers around the globe to bring to the aftermarket the most reliable and current brake part number data to every sector of the distribution and installer network. It relies heavily on progressive and innovative manufactures like DFC in order to achieve that goal.

“Our goal is to not only provide the aftermarket community with the finest quality in brake components, but also the most complete and updated brake program with first-to-market competitive advantage,” said R & D Manager Jesus Villalobos.

About Dynamic Friction Company

DFC is an award winning brake components manufacturer and supplier headquartered in Southern California. DFC offers a complete brake systems program for all passenger car, pickup, & medium duty trucks. DFC is recognized for its devotion to bringing its customers the latest and greatest in brake products available without the exorbitant costs. DFC boasts a full complement of dedicated in-house engineers and R&D staff who work vigorously to give our customers first-to-market advantage and assurances that modern technological complexities are fully addressed.

For information please visit DFC at: http://www.dynamicfriction.com

DFC Honored by FMSI for the Third Consecutive Year

Cerritos California based brake parts manufacture DFC (Dynamic Friction Company) announced that it has once again been honored by the Friction Materials and Standards Institute (FMSI) annual award for New Assignments and Applications. This marks the third consecutive year DFC has been bestowed with the prestigious award for submitting more part number assignments than its competitive peers.

DFC FMSI Award

FMSI has a 70 year long tradition of providing the automotive aftermarket industry with the most recognized standardization of original equipment part numbers utilized virtually universally by brake component manufacturers and suppliers. FMSI works closely with manufacturers around the globe in order to bring to the aftermarket the most reliable and current brake part number data to every sector of the distribution and installer network.  It relies heavily on progressive and innovative manufacturers like DFC in order to achieve that goal.

This year DFC furnished FMSI and the industry with 200 submissions.

“We continually strive to be at the top of our game and once again receiving the FMSI honors for a third consecutive year demonstrates a solid testimonial to our dedication to providing the industry with the best first-to-market R & D and enhanced value to our customers,” stated DFC CEO Dan Nguyen.  “While we are humbly honored to receive this award, our focus remains solely on providing value added benefits based on our goal to be innovative.”

About Dynamic Friction Company

DFC is an award winning brake components manufacturer and supplier headquartered in Southern California. DFC offers a complete brake systems program for all passenger car, pickup, & medium duty trucks. DFC is recognized for its devotion to bringing its customers the latest and greatest in brake product available without the exorbitant costs. DFC boasts a full complement of dedicated in-house engineers and R&D staff who work vigorously to give our customers first-to-market advantage and assurances that modern technological complexities are fully addressed.

For information please visit DFC at: http://www.dynamicfriction.com