Power management company Eaton has added Drivetrain Service & Components to its Authorized Rebuilder programme.
Eaton launch edits scheme in 2013 to ensure that locally built remanufactured transmissions include genuine Eaton components. Based in Bensenville, Illinois – near Chicago’s O’Hare Airport – Drivetrain“ has a long-standing and well-regarded reputation as a premier rebuilder in the greater Chicago area”, says Bill Fouch, NAFTA aftermarket manager at Eaton. “This new partnership with Eaton verifies our commitment to always providing the very best in quality products,” said Drivetrain president Paresh Patel.
Other companies signed up to the scheme include PowerTrain in Indianapolis, New Jersey based TransAxle, and Pacific Truck in Edmonton, Alberta. To be part of the programme they need to complete Eaton’s technical and sales training and meet Eaton’s reman criteria. Eaton had sales of $20.9 billion in 2015. Founded in 1980, Drivetrain has 30 employees and a 40,000-square-foot office, warehouse and shop facility.