remanufacturer

remanufacturer

(ˌriːmænjʊˈfæktʃərə)
n
(Commerce) a company or industry that engages in making an existing product new again
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The survey reaffirmed previous research commissioned by the BCF that sending paint to a paint recycler or remanufacturer presents a 40% cost saving to local authorities.
ZOR Industries is a remanufacturer of automotive, heavy duty truck, agricultural and industrial turbochargers.
Summary: SPF Precut Lumber, a leading and award-winning exporter and remanufacturer of Canadian wood products, on Monday conducted the first-ever lumber grading seminar in Dubai, where top officials of key industry companies were at hand.
A REMANUFACTURER of diesel fuel injection systems in Coventry has bucked the automotive industry trend by increasing its turnover and workforce.
The remanufacturer of automotive parts said sales in the quarter were $4.
and Epco Machinery, a plastics machine remanufacturer in Fremont, Ohio.
It is a major remanufacturer of transmissions for Allison along with transmissions for the major North American automotive companies.
CHATSWORTH - GRC, a laser printer cartridge remanufacturer, said Monday it is transferring some manufacturing operations to a company-owned facility in Mesa, Ariz.
Rethink Ink also is moving to become not only a refiller and remanufacturer of ink jet cartridges, but also an OEM.
Market is the "allowable supplier price," which is the price that a remanufacturer or reseller would pay to a core broker at year-end, plus freight-in.
The company is suing Static Control Components, a cartridge remanufacturer, for creating a chip that imitates a smart chip's effects.