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October 2017, TruckingInfo.com - Editorial

Commentary: The Remanufacturing World's Problem With Cores

Denise Rondini

By Denise Rondini

The biggest pain point for everyone involved in remanufacturing is cores. Things such as core management traceability, identifying cores, accounting for cores, space to store cores, and even the transportation of cores all add complexity to remanufacturing. Aftermarket Contributing Editor Denise Rondini talks cores in her latest column.

Tags: Aftermarket, Remanufactured Parts, Remanufacturing

December 2016, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

What You Need to Know About Reman Engines

Electronics have added complexity and driven the reman industry to invest more in technician training and special equipment. Photo: Cummins

By Denise Rondini

Engine remanufacturers talk about the impact of electronics, emissions regulations and more.

Tags: Aftermarket Parts, Remanufactured Parts, Remanufacturing, Engines

November 2016, TruckingInfo.com - Editorial

Commentary: Clearing up Confusion About Reman

Denise Rondini

By Denise Rondini

Without a common definition of remanufactured products, products with different quality levels could be grouped together, causing confusion in the marketplace.

Tags: Aftermarket Parts, Remanufactured Parts, Remanufacturing

December 2015, TruckingInfo.com - WebXclusive

6 Takeaways from 2015 in Truck Parts and Service

Like the driver shortage, the need to find qualified technicians is an ongoing problem. Photo by Paul Hartley

By Denise Rondini

The truck parts and service aftermarket got a lot of attention in 2015, as the focus of many fleets shifted to total cost of operation rather than cost per mile. This shined a bright spotlight on maintenance and repair practices as ways to keep asset utilization high.

Tags: Technicians, Brakes, Remanufactured Parts, Right to Repair, Counterfeit Parts, Aftermarket Parts

January 2014, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Reman’s Place in Your Parts Strategy

Used compressors are disassembled and inspected at the Bendix remanufacturing facility in Huntington, Ind.

By Denise Rondini

While remanufactured components have been around for quite some time, not every one is clear on exactly what they are. Yet they could be a valuable component of your parts strategy.

Tags: Eaton, Volvo Trucks, Bendix, Meritor, Remanufactured Parts, TMD Friction

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