The rolling chassis is the chassis coupled with the powertrain. The powertrain consists of the engine and drivetrain, while the chassis is the load-bearing frame that supports the bus body. Other parts that comprise the rolling chassis are things such as the wheels and the transmission. Essentially, the rolling chassis is made up of all essential parts of a bus without the body.
This page will give you a listing of suppliers who manufacture either the entire rolling chassis or constituent parts. You can get more specific supplier results by navigating further in our products and services directory.
A trusted manufacturer of lightweight composite elements for decades. Experience, superior engineering and specialized manufacturing methods.
Working with several thousand urban & intercity transport networks throughout the world, CBM is the sector leader in replacement parts for buses & coaches.
We engineer, manufacture, and distribute power-conveyance and energy-management and drivetrain solutions for the vehicles of today and tomorrow.
We supply to all major vehicle manufacturers worldwide, whether our contribution is an individual, standard engine seal or a component system.
The name HÜBNER and the best in bus technology have been inseparable for decades. Plastics, Interior and Exterior Compenents, Entrance Systems and more.
Kiepe Electric develops and manufactures traction equipment, on-board power supply systems, vehicle control systems & many electrical components for buses.
Pailton Engineering is a global leader in the design and manufacture of steering systems for Commercial and Military vehicles.
We are specialists in the processing of fibre-reinforced composites using RTM-technology. Light-weight construction, flexible design & top quality surfaces.
SERMEC is your strategic partner for Powertrain, Driveline & Chassis Technology, with remanufactured products proven on the track.
Siemens is a leading provider of innovative systems, solutions and products for all kinds of medium and heavy duty electric commercial vehicles.
Voith has equipped more than 300,000 city buses with automatic transmissions - helping people travel more efficiently and more comfortably.
ZF's proven brake actuator platform lays foundations for safe bus braking maneuvers while optimizing OEM cost effectiveness.
Michelin has introduced its first range of electric bus tires that can also be adapted for use on traditional urban and suburban vehicles.
ZF is preparing for volume production of OnGuardMAX - its most advanced autonomous emergency braking assistance system - in China.
Lightning eMotors has signed a new exclusive partnership with Soderholm Bus & Mobility to provide powertrains for commercial bus customers.
Bridgestone has launched its new flagship tyre in the city bus segment, the Bridgestone U-AP 002, designed to lower fuel consumption.
Daimler Buses and Mercedes-Benz do Brasil have launched the OF 1621 bus chassis on the Brazilian market.
Daimler Buses is launching its first Euro VI touring coach in the Taiwanese market, based on the Spanish-made Mercedes-Benz OC 500 chassis.
With ELFA electrical drive technology and complete charging solutions, Siemens is paving the way for a sustainable future in the field of urban mobility.
For more than 60 years, ZF has been supplying innovative chassis products to manufacturers of buses. Specialists for CV chassis technology.
A world without accidents and emissions - that means electric drives for all applications that also benefit economically from all-electric vehicles.
ZF already achieves efficiency increases using our expertise in intelligent lightweight construction, smart electronic functions and electrification.
Through our range of Hydrodamp vibration dampers, you can protect the drivetrains from overload while increasing the service life of individual components.
With Voith Retarders, up to 90 percent of all brake operations can be carried out wear-free and thus environmentally friendly.
Voith's air compressors are characterized by higher energy efficiency, low emissions operation, reduced mass and extended maintenance intervals.