The Governor of Texas declares April 11 as Remanufacturing Day in Texas
March 13, 2019 / CATHERINE STURMAN
Governor of Texas, Greg Abbott has issued a proclamation to make April 11, 2019, Remanufacturing Day in the state. The observance will coincide with Global Remanufacturing Day, which celebrates the growing economy for same-as-new remanufactured goods, from vehicles to office furniture to medical devices.
The governor issued the proclamation at the request of Vehicle Reman LLC of Tyler, Texas. We’re grateful to Gov. Abbott for helping us communicate the importance of remanufacturing, said Greig Latham, founder, and CEO of Vehicle Reman in a recent press release. It is another step in promoting the cost efficiency, reliability and environmental benefits of remanufactured products.
Remanufacturing is a rigorous industrial process where previously sold, leased, used, worn or non-functional products or parts are returned to like-new or better-than-new condition. This is from both a quality and performance perspective, through a controlled, reproducible and sustainable pr...