Roadlink International is celebrating the one-year anniversary of the launch of its commercial vehicle caliper remanufacturing facility, revealing a significant increase in demand.
The new facility in Willenhall, West Midlands, was officially opened by Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders (SMMT) chief executive, Mike Hawes, in March last year with more than 50 dignitaries from the trade and local area in attendance.
Since the £700,000 investment, Roadlink has had a busy year with its larger facility, advanced equipment and increase in staff allowing the CV supplier to remanufacture calipers at a faster rate without compromising quality.
Keith Sedgley, Roadlink joint managing director, said: “It has been a busy and successful year with our new facility allowing us to meet the continuing increase in demand for remanufactured calipers.
"The CV parts trade recognises the beneficial impact of using remanufactured parts and we are keen to promote the process to the wider market.
“The investment has secured our status as a CV caliper remanufacturing leader, enabling us to carry out the labour-intensive remanufacturing process in an efficient manner while ensuring quality and traceability."