Eberspächer Bus & Coach is the center of competence for HVAC systems in the Eberspächer Group and your partner for the optimal climate control of buses. As a specialist in thermal management, we offer you a comprehensive range of services from starting a project to the global supply of spare parts. We advise and support you as early on as the development phase of your air-conditioning and heating system and provide high-quality, reliable products that we tailor specifically to your needs.
For more than 50 years, we have been developing customized system solutions that ensure optimum climate comfort in city buses, coaches, intercity buses, airport buses, school buses, and double-decker buses with conventional diesel drive systems or with the electric or hybrid drive systems of tomorrow. As a developer and supplier of systems, we combine air conditioning and heating applications to make complete systems. Our portfolio also includes all relevant components, which are controlled by Eberspächer's E-Control and can be easily interconnected according to customer specifications.
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With a total of seven locations worldwide and a service network of more than 700 partners, we ensure global availability of our products and services. We believe in being in close proximity to our customers to support them with customized solutions. New developments and continuous product improvements are implemented in our dedicated research and development center in Renningen (Germany). Production then takes place in our global production plants and is supported by global processes and procedures. Development and application engineers with many years of experience in the field of climate control for buses offer consultation worldwide to select the right components for your system.
Sustainability does not happen by accident. It is the result of a planned company strategy. For us, sustainable management therefore includes the entire life cycle of a product including employees and it is an important part of our success. From technical innovation, development, and procurement of components to production and disposal, we look at the entire production and supply chain and focus on ensuring our activities do not have harmful effects on people, nature, and wildlife. We believe the interests of our customers, employees, suppliers, and owners are equally true and important.
With approximately 10,000 employees in 80 locations around the world, the Eberspächer Group is a leading system developer and supplier for the automotive industry. This family company, based in Esslingen am Neckar, stands for innovative exhaust technology, vehicle electronics and climate control solutions for diverse vehicle types. In combustion or hybrid motors and in e-mobility, Eberspächer components and systems ensure greater comfort and safety and a cleaner environment. In mobile and stationary fuel cell applications, synthetic fuels and the use of hydrogen as an energy carrier, Eberspächer is leading the way in future technologies. In 2020, the Group generated sales of more than EUR 4.9 billion.
Opening of Bus & Coach in Brazil
Opening of Bus & Coach in Olawa
Opening of Bus & Coach in Singapore
Opening of Bus & Coach in India
Opening of Bus & Coach in Mexico
The Eberspächer Group acquires Sütrak's bus air-conditioning business in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa from the Carrier Corporation. Eberspächer Bus & Coach in Renningen becomes a center of competence for bus air-conditioning and heating systems.
The Carrier Corporation, the world’s largest supplier of air-conditioning and refrigeration equipment, acquires Sütrak.
The company's global expansion continues with strong growth in the bus air-conditioning sector. The new headquarters in Renningen, near Stuttgart, are opened.
The mobile refrigeration and air-conditioning systems division branches off. Sütrak is founded as a new company. Mass production of bus air-conditioning systems begins.
Using a Sümak refrigeration system, the world’s first cooled bobsled and toboggan run is built in Königssee-Berchtesgaden in Southern Bavaria.
The first bus air-conditioning system is developed.
Production of transport air-conditioning systems begins.
Wilhelm Weckerle founds Sümak, shortened from “Süddeutsche Maschinen- und Metallwarenfabrik” “(English: South German machine and metal work company), in Stuttgart, Germany. It manufactures commercial refrigerators and compressors.