“As Good as New – and Sometimes Better”

 

 

 

 

 

 

“As Good as New – and Sometimes Better”

A worker rebuilds an engine at the CNH Industrial REMAN plant in Springfield, Missouri. A worker rebuilds an engine at the CNH Industrial REMAN plant in Springfield, Missouri.

April 29, 2016

NASHVILLE, Tenn (RFD-TV) With commodity prices stuck in a downward trend, grain and livestock producers are watching their expenses closer than ever. When a part breaks on a piece of equipment, more and more farmers are turning to re-manufactured parts as a more cost-effective solution.            

RFD-TV’s Mark Oppold takes a tour of CNH Industrial REMAN in Springfield, Missouri to find out how their high standards and rigorous processes make their re-manufactured parts and components such a reliable and economical option for ag producers conscious of the bottom line. 

As supervisor Robert Randolph says in one of the interviews, “When a customer busy a CNH Industrial re-manufactured part, they're getting a part that’s as good – and sometimes better than — new.” To explain how that’s possible, he continues: “In re-manufacturing, we have the benefit of hindsight. As the cores come in, it’s pretty easy to see why they’ve failed, and if we notice a trend, we know that a part could be improved upon. We can make those improvements in our re-manufactured components, and also communicate that data back up the stream so that the new part design can incorporate those improvements.”

For more information on re-manufactured parts, please visit whyreman.com, or visit your local Case IH, Case Construction, New Holland Ag and New Holland Construction dealers.

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