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The regeneration process and circularity of products

The warranty mentioned before is proof of quality. It is worth remembering that in many cases regeneration takes place under factory conditions. This means that the quality of the refreshed product is comparable to the quality of the new product. Manufacturers are often involved in regeneration. Regardless of the age of the car, regeneration is always attractive in terms of costs. In the case of older cars, the market may lack appropriate replacements at an attractive price. On the other hand, for users of newer vehicles, regeneration allows you to maintain the quality of the vehicle - the refurbished element will not only be cheaper, but also solid.
Regeneration of car parts and components has a great future ahead of it. This is due to several factors. Cars in Poland are getting older, component supply chains are getting longer, so it's time to deliver the desired four wheels from the factories. The ecological awareness of society is also increasing. First of all, the reuse of car parts means less use of raw materials, lower energy expenditure with a symbolic share of waste. Regeneration is based on a closed loop, which includes only the necessary materials. Very often, restoring an element involves appropriate cleaning, repairing or replacing worn out parts, installing new parts and... providing a warranty, as in the case of new products.

Return and harvesting of cores

There are many sources of obtaining cores for regeneration. Inter Cars has been implementing a program dedicated to all customers for many years. When handing over a damaged brake caliper core, the customer can count on a much lower price for the regenerated product. All you need to do is report this fact to the branch where the sale took place.
In many cases, you can save up to 50% or more by having the core regenerated by a distributor. Core return level at Inter Cars for 2023. was 43%. As part of the sustainable development strategy, this level is to be successively increased by 5% in the following years, so that in 2030 it will amount to 80%, i.e. the level of core return in Western European countries.