Can remanufacturing make commercial vehicles more eco-friendly?

by Derek Guest

Source: Ecodrive

Remanufacturing can be a confusing concept in modern day automotive engineering. Loosely it can be thought of as the rebuilding of a product or component to its original specifications. Sometimes though, the term is used to describe particularly large repair jobs.

Normally, automotive remanufacturing is carried out with a combination of reused, repaired and new parts. There are several key parts that are normally remanufactured in commercial vehicles.

Engines are a key product. Remanufactured engines can help make commercial vehicles run more efficiently. This is particularly useful for helping trucks, coaches and other commercial vehicles meet European emissions legislation such as the 'Euro-6' standard.

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