Changes at MCT Reman Ltd.
- May 21, 2015
After nearly 37 years in the business, long-standing executive, Andy Cook has announced his retirement from MCT, the UK-based manual transmission and engine remanufacturer.
Having moved from JRT (Jaguar Rover Triumph) Cardiff in 1979, and joining the company as Quality Engineer to support its development of OEM remanufacturing programmes, Cook was instrumental in the company gaining its original BS, ISO and Q1 approvals and subsequent development into a major provider of remanufactured automotive driveline products to vehicle OEMs.
Via a range of senior management positions in the Quality, Engineering and Commercial departments, culminating as Commercial Director, Cook was a member of the management buy-out team which purchased the company in 2009.
As part of MCT Group, MCT ReMan is continuing to develop as a major provider of remanufactured transmissions and engines to the OEMs and has sister companies supporting the rail industry through Tecforce Limited.
Over the past 40 years, MCT ReMan Ltd has primarily been involved in the Remanufacturing of Automotive drive line products and throughout this time has built a strong reputation for responsiveness, product quality and ability to manage product life cycle requirements.