Bendix expands remanufactured components with new line

Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems has expanded its lineup of remanufactured components with the launch of the All Makes product line. Designed to initially address the growing demand for remanufactured (reman) compressors, Bendix said the line features more than 100 non-Bendix compressor part numbers while also incorporating 20 new offerings from Bendix.


The company said it plans to add more compressor products throughout 2015, as well as introduce a variety of additional commercial vehicle All Makes product lines.


The product line offering features several reman compressors previously not available from Bendix, the company said. According to Bendix, the new additions will help further broaden its reman compressor offering, now including genuine Bendix compressors, as well as compressors from manufacturers Cummins/Holset, Midland and WABCO.


“Just as the industry has demonstrated a renewed focus on remanufacturing to reduce the cost of replacement parts, Bendix has renewed its commitment to delivering a comprehensive line of quality reman products,” said Henry Foxx, Bendix director of remanufactured products. “We’re focused on restoring parts to original equipment or better performance levels to deliver products that help fleets and vehicle owners extend vehicle life and reduce the total cost of vehicle ownership. By expanding our reman compressor offering to include the industry’s most popular part numbers, including genuine Bendix compressors, we’re making it easier than ever for our customers to find what they need from a single supplier.”


“The All Makes reman lineup incorporates the decades of engineering validation, defect detection, and testing know-how Bendix has developed as an original equipment producer to deliver reliable products,” Foxx said. “We’re also focused on availability and have implemented a new stocking strategy based on product popularity to ensure more parts are readily available – so our customers can keep their trucks on the road and making money.”

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