In addition to engines and gearboxes, standard exchanges are now available for parts including turbochargers, alternators, starters, clutches, injection systems, steering pumps, cylinder heads, particulate filters, brake callipers.
Marco Franza, marketing services and communication manager for Reman, at CNH Industrial, says that using Iveco Reman saves money and time.
He claims repair times reduced by 40—65% compared to conventional repairs, and adds that remanufactured product can increase a vehicle's residual value, because damaged and worn parts are restored to new.
As for price he gives the example a maintenance pack for the New Stralis Hi-Way, which, using Iveco Reman parts costs 7% less.
Franza says organisations wanting to benefit should call the Reman Dealer Support (DRS) centre, which provides guidance on parts remanufacturing, parts available to order, technical alternatives and product features.
"DRS is available in all European countries via a dedicated hotline or, depending on the country, via the usual technical support centre," he says.
He also draws operators' and dealers' attention to Iveco's Value Line spare parts for Iveco Daily S2000 vehicles and older models.
Thanks to the partnership between Iveco and Magneti Marelli, the Value Line range now covers most used parts, with prices on average 35% down on original parts.