No substitute for first-hand experience
Rematec Asia is about building contacts and knowledge. A programme of site visits means that visitors will be able to experience first-hand exactly what goes on in China’s remanufacturing industry today.
One particularly interesting aspect of Rematec Asia’s programme is the excursions to local remanufacturing companies. These are intended to give international delegates the opportunity to get a real look at how remanufacturing is done in China. These companies will be included in the tour:
Guangzhou Kuayue Autoparts
Guangzhou Kuayue Auto Parts and Accessories Industry Co is a privately-owned high-tech enterprise specialising in manufacturing and reproducing hydraulic and electronic control power steering for various vehicles. The firm is part of the Steering Commission of China Association of Automobile Manufacturers and participated in the official drafting of China’s national auto parts manufacturing standards. As the pilot enterprise in patent operation in Guangzhou Huadu District, the company has also applied for a declaration as a pilot enterprise in automobile components reproduction, which has been approved by Guangzhou municipal government and Guangdong provincial government, and is now under the examination and approval procedures of the Chinese government. Guangzhou Kuayue was established in August 2001, with a cooperate culture of ‘people oriented, cooperation, self-discipline and innovation’.
Guangzhou Huadu Worldwide Transmission
Located in Guangzhou Huadu District, the firm was founded in 1998 and was one of the first 14 companies included in the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC)’s remanufacturing pilot programme in 2008. The company provides services around transmission boxes such as testing, maintenance, remanufacturing, tech support and training. Huadu Worldwide owns 10 repair centres, three service centres and one factory that produces 35,000 remanufactured units per year. The company has established effective channels for collection and distribution of used and remanufactured transmission boxes. It has been authorised by more than 30 major auto companies including GM, JATCO and PSA to provide maintenance services through the 4S dealership system, a widespread ‘one-stop shop’ for sales, service, spare parts and surveys. The company collects 60% of its total second hand transmission boxes through 4S stores, with the rest coming from repair shops, consumers and used auto parts dealerships. Huadu is one of the few companies qualified to receive the 'Trade Old for Remanufactured' subsidy, a project led by NDRC and the State Council since 2013. The scheme is funded by the government and grants a 10% discount to consumers who trade in their old transmission boxes for a remanufactured one.
Huadu Xin Chentian Auto Parts Co
Huadu Xin Chentian operates the brand new Guangzhou core market, which was opened in June 2019. Over 500 core traders are located in the Huadu economic development zone between Guangzhou city centre and Baiyun (CAN) Airport. The core market has a broad range of automotive core including engines, automatic transmissions, starters, generators, air compressors, high pressure oil pumps, turbochargers, pumps, steering gears, booster pumps and brake calipers. Guangzhou and the city of Heijan are appointed by central government to act as the main core hubs for Chinese remanufacturing. There are multiple changes happening in the Chinese reman business - now is the time to get involved in the Chinese reman sector and to meet new business partners.
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