Ambac Aftermarket Rebrands as Zillion Heavy Duty Parts

Zillion Heavy Duty Parts Expected to Become Stand-Alone Company This Year
The rebranded company will continue to focus on fuel-related parts. (

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Ambac Aftermarket announced it has rebranded as Zillion Heavy Duty Parts, and the Elgin, S.C.-based company said the division plans to become a stand-alone company this year.

The company made the announcement Feb. 2 but the move was made official Jan. 1, when Zillion Heavy Duty Parts officially became its own brand and launched a revamped website,

“In 2023, it became evident that for our company to continue succeeding over the next 100 years, we needed to do things differently. Our commitment to domestic manufacturing, which includes manufacturing for the United States and allied defense sector through our Department of Defense division, requires a focused strategy," Ambac International CEO Robert Isherwood said in a statement. “Partnering with the Heavy Duty Consulting Corp. has allowed us to position our aftermarket division as a stand-alone company in 2024, giving Ambac International the ability to focus on its manufacturing roots.”

The rebranded company will continue to focus on fuel-related parts such as injectors, pumps and fuel accessories, but it also has begun expanding the product portfolio to include aftertreatment and other under-the-hood bolt-on parts such as oil pans.

“The expansion of the product portfolio at Zillion is critical for the long-term success of this division,” said Scott Boltz, director of consulting for Heavy Duty Consulting Corp. “Heavy-duty parts distributors are looking for suppliers who can provide them with a wide range of products with inventory available to ship when needed.”

Ambac International, an employee-owned company, has been in the manufacturing sector since 1910. It specializes in consulting with trucking OEMs and aftermarket parts manufacturing, distribution, service and fleet optimization businesses. 

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