Springfield reman facility forges ahead
- September 06, 2015
A partnership between the Springfield Remanufacturing Corporation and CNH Industrial (Case New Holland) is enabling farmers and other users of large equipment in Missouri to remanufacture parts that cost 20-40% less than new components, the companies have announced.
The Springfield, Missouri-based venture, according to reports, produced revenue of more than $100 million last year.
The approach at the plant is not just to "remanufacture parts from their ’point of failure’, but to ensure that the component is ’like new’ from its core," the two companies said in a statement. "The assurance of quality allows the plant to place a two-year warranty on the engines that it produces and a one-year warranty on everything else."
Originally established in 2009 the facility has shown impressive growth in recent years, expanding the workforce from 9 associates in the early days to 250 in 2015.
The 260,000-square-foot facility includes remanufacturing operations, a technical call center and a remanufactured part distribution center.