“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.

  • NEWSMore>>

  • Rain and Snowfall Devastate America's Heartland

    Rain and Snowfall Devastate America's Heartland

    Friday, March 15 2019 2:52 PM EDT2019-03-15 18:52:37 GMT
    Washed out roadWashed out road
    Washed out roadWashed out road

    Midwest farmers and ranchers are looking for relief as historic snowfall and flooding take their toll on the region in the wake of last week's “bomb cyclone.” 

    Midwest farmers and ranchers are looking for relief as historic snowfall and flooding take their toll on the region in the wake of last week's “bomb cyclone.” 

  • AARP Live Minute: Work At Home Scams

    AARP Live Minute: Work At Home Scams

    Thursday, March 14 2019 2:55 PM EDT2019-03-14 18:55:46 GMT
    AARP Live Minute: Work At Home ScamsAARP Live Minute: Work At Home Scams
    AARP Live Minute: Work At Home ScamsAARP Live Minute: Work At Home Scams

    In this AARP Live Minute, Sarah Jannings shares tips on spotting and and avoiding common work at home scams.

    In this AARP Live Minute, Sarah Jannings shares tips on spotting and and avoiding common work at home scams.

  • RFD-TV's Own Share Their Ag Legacies

    RFD-TV's Own Share Their Ag Legacies

    Thursday, March 14 2019 11:11 AM EDT2019-03-14 15:11:22 GMT
    National Ag Day - RFD-TVNational Ag Day - RFD-TV
    National Ag Day - RFD-TVNational Ag Day - RFD-TV

    For National Ag Day, RFD-TV's own anchors share with viewers some glimpses of their own personal legacies in the agriculture industry.

    For National Ag Day, RFD-TV's own anchors share with viewers some glimpses of their own personal legacies in the agriculture industry.

Powered by Frankly
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2019 Frankly and RFDTV. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service , and Ad Choices .