Automotive Remanufacturing

The concept of automotive remanufacturing emerged in the United States in the 1940s in the aftermath of the World War II. The process of automotive remanufacturing involves the removal of worn-out components and rebuilding them to meet Original Engineering standards, making a rebuilt unit functionally equal to a new part, yet much more affordable and environmentally sustainable. 

In this way, instead of being dumped into the environment, material is re-used to extend the life-cycle of a particular item.

There are approximately six steps involved in our remanufacturing process:

  1. Complete disassembly of core.
  2. Thorough inspection and sorting of all soft and hard components.
  3. In-depth cleaning of each part and usage of proprietary rust-preventative solution to significantly extend product life.
  4. The remanufacture of all functional components and/or replacement of all non-functional components with new.
  5. Product reassembly.
  6. Final comprehensive compliance testing.

Why Automotive Remanufacturing is the future.

There are numerous benefits of using automotive remanufacturing, with some of the most prominent being environmental sustainability, energy conservation, material life-extension, and economic advancement.