Remanufacturing, recognized as America's greatest growth industry, is today a reality stressing quality and production efficiency.
A quality remanufactured product couples the science of engineering with the art of rebuilding to produce a product equal in life to that of a new product but at a tremendous savings through the use of reclaimed housings, castings, etc.
There are two primary threats to the re-manufacturing industry:
Engineering that seeks cost reductions through weight reduction and lesser quality components rather than durability and reusability.
The remanufacturer himself in not being able to hold high quality standards with production line economies.