Full-line automotive core broker Premier Components UK Ltd has joined Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF), with the aim of promoting the merits of remanufacturing. The company is a leading player in the component sourcing and support for the supply to the wider remanufacturing industry across the UK and Europe.
Roadlink is pushing its campaign for remanufactured brake shoes, as it continues its emphasis on the benefits of remanufactured brake shoe linings, reminding the industry how it can help reduce the countless tonnes of landfill waste accumulated per year. Commercial vehicle brake specialist Roadlink International has long been a fervent believer in the remanufacturing process, reflected in the company’s ongoing investment in reman and its commitment to helping reduce the company’s carbon footprint. Roadlink remanufacturing promotes quality whilst also offering a competitively priced, environmentally friendly alternative.
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.
Brake shoe relining is currently enjoying a buoyant period, according to commercial vehicle brake specialist Roadlink International. Due to a number of defining factors, including the growth in drum brakes used on new trailers and cost pressures on transport operators, Roadlink’s continued investment in brake shoe relining has propelled the company forward as the ‘go-to expert’ in this area.
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 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.
The Federation of Engine Remanufacturers, (FER) says the UK is leading the remanufacturing industry after six associations recently reached a common understanding of key industry terminology.
In a recent meeting in Frankfurt, Germany, six industry associations agreed on the common understandings designed to raise awareness and acceptance of remanufactured products. In the UK, the FER agreed on such definitions more than 20 years ago as outlined in BS AU 257: 2002 Code of practice for remanufacture of spark and ignition engines, to which every member must work and there are checks to ensure they comply.