AirMaster Product Enhancement
The Next Generation in Air Control System for Medium Duty Suspensions
Mt. Vernon, MO – The AirMaster from Reyco Granning is the latest suspension air control system in the light and medium duty markets. It incorporates an electronic, microprocessor-based height control system and was designed to improve the durability and reduce the installation complexity for Reyco’s R-Series suspensions used in Ford, Ram and GM truck applications.
Zinc Levels Now Fall Within Normal Requirements
Early 2017 testing revealed that that Reyco Granning was out of compliance regarding the Zinc levels in our water. We quickly took action through process and procedure improvement as well as onsite training to remedy the issues.
We are happy to say that our levels now fall within the requirements set forth by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources and the Environmental Protection Agency. There have been no further issues or violations noted to date.
We would like to give a big hand to all of our teams for taking time to do their part to make not only Reyco Granning a better place but also the community that we live, work and play in!
Reyco Granning Launches New ComfortMaster Line of IFS Suspensions
Mt. Vernon, MO – Reyco Granning introduces the next generation IFS suspension family proudly branded ComfortMaster. The first two platform variants will be based on 17,000 lb. GAWR and 20,000 lb. GAWR systems available for shipment November 26th, 2018.
Reyco Granning Launches New Auxiliary Lift Axle Suspension
Mt. Vernon, MO – Reyco Granning introduces a new auxiliary lift axle family called the LiftMaster. The axle family includes the ALAP-13 (PS) steerable and ALAP-13 (NS) non-steerable. These new models are designed for the heavy duty, class 7 and 8 market and are rated at 13,200 lb. capacity.
John W. Stuart Named Reyco Granning’s New President
Mt. Vernon, MO – Reyco Granning has announced that Dave Compton has decided to retire effective September 30, 2015. John W. Stuart, VP of Engineering for Reyco Granning, has been named as Compton’s successor and will commence his role as president October 1, 2015. Stuart has 25 years of experience in the heavy-duty transportation industry where he has focused on: new product development, business development, profit enhancement and global program management. Prior to being named VP of Engineering, Stuart held several senior leadership positions at Hendrickson International and Navistar.