Eaton Adds Dex to Expand Authorized Rebuilder Network

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Power management company Eaton Corp. has added Dex Heavy Duty Parts to its network of six other authorized rebuilders in North America.


Dex has 51 employees at the company’s 38-acre, 210,000-square-foot remanufacturing center, warehouse and office complex in Advance, N.C. Dex is a Volvo Group subsidiary that supplies recycled, renovated and surplus truck parts.

“We see this opportunity as an excellent way to effectively grow our transmission business,” Dex Director of Operations Darin Redmon said in a statement. “Eaton products and solutions are certainly well-regarded in the commercial trucking industry and we definitely wanted to take advantage of that.”

Introduced in 2013, the Eaton authorized rebuilder program provides fleets and owner-operators the opportunity to purchase locally remanufactured transmissions from authorized outlets that meet all of Eaton’s re-use and rebuild requirements, according to the Dublin-based company, whose U.S. operation is headquartered in Galesburg, Mich.