This company is engaged in manufacture of automatic and manual transmissions for commercial vehicles, cars, aircraft, and marine vessels. It operates through the following divisions and business units: car driveline technology, car chassis technology, commercial vehicle and special driveline technology, off-road driveline technology and axle systems, powertrain and suspension components, rubber-metal technology and marine propulsion systems.The company was founded in 1915 by Ferdinand von Zeppelin (the Zeppelin inventor). The Zeppelin Stiftung foundation, which is largely controlled by the town of Friedrichshafen, owns the company. It is among the top fifteen companies on the ranking list of the largest automotive suppliers worldwide.The company has production sites in Germany, Austria, Belgium, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Hungary, Italia, Russia, Slovakia, Turkey, Australia, China, India, Iran, Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, United States of America, Mexico, Argentina, Algeria, South Africa and Brazil. The company has created a joint venture with Robert Bosch GmbH on shift systems and heavy-duty dampers.
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