Remanufacturing is flourishing but it’s not without its critics

Autoelectro spearheads campaign to protect the integrity and celebrate its practice of remanufacturing

Remanufacturing is flourishing but it’s not without its critics
Autoelectro boasts modern remanufacturing facilities, which has allowed its team of experts to assemble high-quality products –often with original design flaws ironed out.

Bradford-based remanufacturer and supplier of starter motors and alternators, Autoelectro has said that there’s “a degree confusion” that still surrounds remanufacturing and that there are issues that are hampering its reputation.

Autoelectro warns that the public remain unaware of the difference between remanufactured and reconditioned parts.

Another major threat to the UK remanufacturing industry is the spread and influence of cheaper quality, copy components.

This article first featured in GW Views, click here to continue reading and find out the true definition of remanufactured and reconditioned parts.

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