Bendix planning to expand remanufacturing operations

ELYRIA, Ohio — Bendix has announced it is expanding its remanufacturing business in response to increasing demand for OE-quality remanufactured components.

“Across the industry, we’re seeing a renewed focus on remanufacturing as more fleets, technicians, and drivers discover the benefits of partnering with a skilled, established, and technology-driven remanufacturer,” said Henry Foxx, Bendix director of remanufactured products. “Properly remanufactured components are great alternatives to new parts, helping extend vehicle life while reducing replacement costs – and without sacrificing original equipment manufacturing quality. And as we’ve continued to evolve and improve our longstanding reman product lines, we’ve also recently expanded them to include electronic components – such as radar units – that are a part of active safety systems.”

Bendix says sales of its remanufactured components have seen double-digit growth year-over-year, led by a 50% increase in Bendix-branded remanufactured brake shoe sales. This year it plans to expand its remanufactured product offerings. The full portfolio of remanufactured components is supported with in-house research and development and a state-of-the-art order fulfillment operation, Bendix claims.

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