What We Do

A widely recognised definition of remanufacturing, as published by CLEPA*, defines it as:

“A remanufactured product fulfils a similar function to the original part.

It is manufactured using a standardized industrial process in line with specific technical specifications.

The industrialized process incorporates defined core management standards.

A remanufactured spare part is warranted as a new spare part.”

* Comité de Liaison de la Construction d’Equipements et de Pièces d’Automobiles (European Association of Automotive Suppliers)

Benefits of remanufacturing.

  • Conserves raw materials – using on average 88% less than a new part uses only c. 50% of the energy used in producing an equivalent new part
  • Reduces emissions of CO2 and other gases by up to 53%
  • Removes material from the waste stream
  • Products can be upgraded mid-life
  • Reduces warranty costs
  • Maintains income stream by extending economic vehicle life
  • Reduces cost of vehicle maintenance and ownership
  • Improves customer retention