Company Profile - Brembo SpA


Brembo SpA (Brembo), a subsidiary of Nuova FourB S.r.l., designs, develops, manufactures and markets braking systems for original equipment (OE), aftermarket and racing vehicles. It offers products such as brake discs, brake calipers, aluminum components and side-wheel modules for car and commercial vehicle applications. For motorbikes manufacturers, it offers brake master cylinders, light-alloy wheels, brake pads, calipers and complete braking systems. Brembo markets its products under Brembo, Brembo Racing, AP Racing, SBS Friction, J.Juan, ByBre, AP, Breco, and Marchesini brand names. The company also provides engineering services. The company's manufacturing plants are in Italy, Poland, the UK, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Mexico, Brazil, China, India, and the US. It also operates companies in Spain, Sweden, Germany, China, Japan, and Russia to carry out distribution and sales activities. Brembo is headquartered in Curno, Lombardi, Italy.

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Country (HQ): Italy
Sector: Automotive
Market Cap (US$ m): 5,021
Revenue (US$ m): 3,816 (2022)

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