Automotive Thermal Management System Companies

Automotive thermal management system companies develop systems and solutions to manage the temperature of a vehicle's engine and components. This is essential for optimizing engine performance, fuel efficiency, and reducing emissions, making them critical for modern automotive engineering.

Automotive Thermal Management Key Company

*Disclaimer: List of key companies in no particular order

Latest Company Updates:

June 2023

DuPont and JetCool Technologies Inc. have teamed together to expand the use of cutting-edge liquid cooling technologies by enabling thermal management for semiconductors, data centers, and other high-performance computing applications. DuPont and JetCool will open a new sales channel to bring JetCool's cutting-edge cooling options to semiconductor companies in Taiwan and Singapore.

To meet the growing demand for thermal management, JetCool developed microconvective liquid cooling technology. This invention brings down startup and running costs, boosts processing speed, and sustainably permits higher computer densities. By using arrays of fluid jets directed at heated areas, this innovative technology improves the performance of the most powerful devices. 

March 2023

The relationship between Modine Manufacturing Company and the manufacturers of fire apparatuses E-ONE, KME, Ferrara, and Spartan Emergency Response, REV Group, Inc., has been expanded. The Vector, the first all-electric fire truck designed in the United States, will feature Modine's EVantage thermal management technology.

Every Vector fire truck will come with the full complement of Modine thermal management technologies, including the EVantage Battery Thermal Management System (BTMS), Electronics Cooling Package (ECP), and Cabin Heating and Cooling Circuits. Assuring passenger comfort in the cab, effectively cooling power electronics, and maintaining the ideal battery temperature are all achieved by these systems working in harmony.

By advancing the use of alternative energy in the firefighting sector, REV Group thinks that strategic alliances like the one with Modine will help it reduce the environmental impact of its products while providing dependable and affordable solutions for its clients.

Top listed global companies in the industry are:

  • Denso Corporation (Japan)
  • Modine Manufacturing Company (US)
  • MAHLE GmbH (Germany)
  • Valeo (France)
  • Gentherm (US)
  • Hanon Systems (South Korea)
  • DuPont (US)
  • Continental AG (Germany)
  • Renesas Electronics Corporation (Japan)
  • Ymer Technology (Sweden)
  • NORMA Group (Germany)
  • BorgWarner Inc. (US)
  • Robert Bosch GmbH (Germany)
  • Dana Limited (US)
  • VOSS Automotive GmbH (Germany) among others