GB Remanufacturing, Inc. Celebrates 30 Years in Business
Throughout its 30 years in the automotive aftermarket, the company has seen enormous growth. Upon entering the industry, GB exclusively offered choke pull-offs to carburetor remanufacturers. Over the next several years, the company expanded its product offering to consist of gasoline and diesel fuel injectors and fuel injection related products, selling these items through traditional automotive warehouse distributors nationwide.
President and CEO Michael Kitching expressed his excitement for the company's past as well as its future. “What an honor and a privilege it has been to lead this company and its employees over the last 30 years. We have come a long way since our humble beginnings in Signal Hill, to the more than 90 employees we now have working in over 40,000 square feet of state of the art manufacturing facilities. I look forward to working with our employees, representatives, and customers to ensure that we continue to provide the best remanufactured products in the industry for many years to come.”
Joe Evert, Director of Engineering and Operations, reflected on the company's technological evolution since its humble beginning. “It has been very exciting to witness first hand and be a part of the company's past growth and success, but even more exciting is the company's future. We have built a fabulous team of individuals and have invested heavily in the technology and equipment necessary to ensure we stay on the cutting edge of remanufacturing.”
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