Vehicle Remanufacturing: An Option to Save Money for Businesses

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As the only provider of vehicle remanufacturing to citizens, Vehicle Reman helps businesses cut costs on new vehicle replacement costs while improving environmental impact. Having served both military and civilian clients, Vehicle Reman can save tens of thousands of dollars per vehicle while upholding standards of sustainability.

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The process of remanufacturing has been around since the 1940s, but until recently, it was mostly used by the military. Vehicle Reman is helping it spread to civilian authorities, commercial businesses, and other organizations.

Remanufacturing involves rebuilding old or damaged vehicles with new or restored parts. By following the original equipment manufacturers’ instructions, remanufacturers can create a vehicle that works as good as new, but requires far fewer resources to make.

The process of remanufacturing has been around since the 1940s, but until recently, it was mostly used by the military. Vehicle Reman is helping it spread to civilian authorities, commercial businesses, and other organizations. Already, they've been selling remanufactured GoBuses, which are each $30,000 less expensive than new buses. Through these efforts, they hope to save money for taxpayers, consumers, and business owners in Texas and around the country.

Vehicle Reman has more than a decade of experience providing remanufacturing in Texas. Thanks to their efforts, clients of all stripes can restore entire fleets at around half the cost.

The Benefits of Remanufacturing
Remanufacturing directly leads to vast cost savings. Because the vehicle itself has already been produced, remanufacturers do not need to invest in the time, power, or raw materials necessary to create a new vehicle.

The same factors that make remanufacturing less expensive than new production also make it more sustainable. Most of the metals that go into the vehicle have already been mined, so there is no need to strip the earth for raw materials. And because those metals were already refined and processed, the remanufacturer doesn’t have to spend much energy getting them ready for the vehicle. This reduces everything from greenhouse gas emissions to air pollution to water contamination. Finally, remanufacturing keeps old vehicles out of landfills, reducing land use, water pollution, and multiple other threats to the planet.

On top of all these benefits, remanufacturing offers accounting advantages. A vehicle can depreciate again after being remanufactured, which allows the user to claim multiple tax benefits. This makes the practical cost of these vehicles even lower, further benefiting any company that uses them.

For more information on Vehicle Reman you can visit our website, http://www.VehicleReman.com or download the iOS App to submit a free quote request from your phone.

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