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Horton Doubles the Size of its South Dakota Reman Facilities

April 19, 2013 By: Trucking News Staff Tags: News

Horton Inc. has doubled the size of its Britton, S.D., remanufacturing building, which enables the company to meet the increasing need for remanufactured fan drives. Since the original structure was built, the demand for remanufactured products has grown substantially.

The expansion of Horton’s remanufacturing building has further advanced and streamlined the remanufacturing process and provides for future growth. Windows, installed throughout the building, let in more natural light, which reduces energy consumption and enhances the work environment. And a larger manufacturing area provides space for additional employees as product demand increases.

Horton’s remanufacturing program keeps products and materials out of landfills and offers customers a quality product at a lower cost. Obsolete and damaged parts are replaced, and remanufactured fan drives are rebuilt to the same specifications as the newest models. The products are rigorously tested and backed by Horton’s well-respected warranty program.