Autoelectro has designed a series of leaflets, showing its offering for modern and retro classic components, as the rotating electrics remanufacturer seeks to strengthen its credentials as the ‘one-stop shop’ for starter motors and alternators.
The practice of remanufacturing, described by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) in its 2018 Automotive Sustainability Report as ‘the backbone of the circular economy’, Autoelectro’s Nick Hood shares the feedback he’s received on the practice while out in the field.
The Federation of Engine Re-manufacturers (FER) held its annual conference and AGM in October 2018 at the Park Inn, Radisson, York. The conference was opened by the FER’s new operations manager, Owen Laurenson who outlined key objectives for the federation in 2019.
Ford, Hyundai, Kia and Nissan all feature in the latest new-to-range bulletin published by rotating electrics specialist, Autoelectro. The team behind the UK’s largest independent remanufacturer and supplier of starter motors and alternators has released details of four new part numbers – all alternators – which cater for 10 models in all.
A range of Vauxhall/Opel and Ssangyong models appear in Autoelectro’s latest new-to-range bulletin.
The AEY3926 and AEX1344 starter motors cater for six applications in all, which complements the Bradford-based remanufacturer’s range of more than 4,000 part numbers that serve more than 100,000 catalogued applications.
Autoelectro managing director, Tony Bhogal, has been appointed as chair of the Judging Panel when deciding the Best in Show at the Bradford Classic, an annual classic car show with a wide range of cars from different eras.
Autoelectro has released its new ‘behind the scenes’ video, filmed at its Bradford headquarters and remanufacturing facility, that illustrates the company’s journey to becoming the UK’s largest independent remanufacturer and supplier of starter motors and alternators.
Autoelectro is proud to report that it has successfully gained recertification/transition to ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007 accreditations following its recent annual surveillance visit.
Autoelectro has reaffirmed its commitment to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) by exhibiting its range of starter motors and alternators inside the trade association’s Remanufacturing Showcase.
Autoelectro has launched a new range of non-exchange (NEX) rotating electrics units. Managing director, Tony Bhogal said the company’s latest investment will strengthen the company’s reputation as the UK’s largest independent remanufacturer of rotating electrics.
For more than three decades, Autoelectro has proved its credentials as a remanufacturing pioneer, offering a premium quality range of starter motors and alternators to the UK and European aftermarket. Over that time, the Bradford-based company has amassed a level of knowledge and experience that has allowed its team of experts to produce and supply an award-winning range of rotating electrical components.
Autoelectro, one of the UK’s largest remanufacturers and suppliers of rotating electrics, will demonstrate its 30-year heritage and products during the Groupauto and UAN Trading Group Conference and Trade Show. Held between 6 and 7 October, the Bradford-based company will arrive at the Exhibition Centre Liverpool (ECL) in buoyant mood, ahead of its 30th anniversary party, and is eager to talk to members about various celebratory offers, including its ’30 for 30’ digital radio promotion.